Jeremy Winborg is best known for his figurative work of Native American subjects that blend realism with abstract backgrounds. Winborg has had a passion for creating art since he was a child.
He grew up in Utah working in an art studio alongside his father who was an illustrator. Winborg began receiving awards and honors at a young age. “Being an artist was the only profession I ever considered when I was growing up.”
Winborg was inspired to start painting Native American figures when his Navajo niece, Layla, was born. His work is focused on creating Native American pieces that preserve a bit of history on each canvas. His paintings feature Native Americans dressed in traditional, authentic clothing with a focus on being historically accurate. Winborg is well-known for his bold brushwork and pallet knife work on his interesting, colorful backgrounds.