Tony Abeyta (b. 1965, Gallup, New Mexico) is a Diné (Navajo) contemporary artist working in mixed media paintings and sculpture, exploring nature and the environment. He was born into a distinguished family of Diné artists that includes his late sisters, Pablita and Elizabeth, and his late parents, Narciso and Sylvia Shipley Abeyta. Together, his relatives have excelled in painting, pottery, weaving, and silversmithing. This important family legacy and history was recently examined and celebrated through the 2022-23 art exhibition “Abeyta: To’Hajiilee K’é” at the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian. Abeyta is a previous recipient of the New Mexico Governor’s Excellence in the Arts award and has been recognized as a Native Treasure by the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture along with an Honorary doctorate in the arts from The Institute of American Indian Arts. His artwork has been featured in numerous Art in Embassies exhibitions, and his lithograph Infinite Wisdom, 2015, was created as part of a collaboration between Art in Embassies and the Institute of American Indian Arts to highlight the diversity and vitality of Native American contemporary art. Infinite Wisdom is included in the permanent art collections of the U.S. Embassies in Ankara, Türkiye; Oslo, Norway; and Niamey, Niger.