Geraldine Tso, Dine (Dine/Navajo), was born in Gallup, New Mexico and raised in Coyote Canyon and Standing Rock, New Mexico. She gravitated towards drawing and coloring at a very early age, which her parents, both accomplished artists in their own right, encouraged her to pursue.
Even though she considers herself to be self taught, she studied formally at the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and UNM, Gallup, New Mexico. Geraldine works with different mediums including acrylic, oils, and watercolor on handmade paper & printmaking such as monotypes and serigraphy. Geraldine's primary artistic influences are RC Gorman and the Taos Arts Society. Her artwork consists primarily of southwest architecture and landscapes which emulate the natural earth tones of the southwest.