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A Piece of Land(120303), 2012, soil, indian ink on canvas, 158x158cm

A Piece of Land(120303), 2012, soil, indian ink on canvas, 158x158cm

"Zuni Petroglyphs that date from AD 1000-1100, representing hunting, planting of corn, rivers and Kokopeli, at the Village of the Great Kivas Anasazi ruins on the Zuni Indian Reservation, New Mexico." - photo by Marilyn Angel Wynn, via Corbis Images; at the Zuni Reservation, New Mexico

"Zuni Petroglyphs that date from AD 1000-1100, representing hunting, planting of corn, rivers and Kokopeli, at the Village of the Great Kivas Anasazi ruins on the Zuni Indian Reservation, New Mexico." - photo by Marilyn Angel Wynn, via Corbis Images; at the Zuni Reservation, New Mexico

SANGUINARIA CANADENSIS. CANADA PUCCOON, or BLOODWORT - The woods of Canada, as well as of other parts of North-America, produce this plant in abundance with us it flowers in the beginning of April:.. It is a hardy perennial... a situation moderately shady, and a soil having a mixture of bog-earth or rotten leaves in it suits it best. Its knobby roots, when broken asunder, pour forth a juice of a bright red or orange colour... with this liquid the Indians are said to paint themselves.

SANGUINARIA CANADENSIS. CANADA PUCCOON, or BLOODWORT - The woods of Canada, as well as of other parts of North-America, produce this plant in abundance with us it flowers in the beginning of April:.. It is a hardy perennial... a situation moderately shady, and a soil having a mixture of bog-earth or rotten leaves in it suits it best. Its knobby roots, when broken asunder, pour forth a juice of a bright red or orange colour... with this liquid the Indians are said to paint themselves.

“Always Becoming” is an external exhibit at the National Museum of the  American Indian by Nora Naranjo-Morse (Santa Clara Pueblo). Made of mud  mixture (soil, sand, straw, water), clay, stone, black locust wood,  bamboo, yam vines and pigment.   Hand built on site in the Summer of 2007, this family of contemporary  clay sculptures is intended to erode over time.  These ever-changing  works of art together reflect messages of growth, transformation, and  Native peoples’ relatio

“Always Becoming” is an external exhibit at the National Museum of the American Indian by Nora Naranjo-Morse (Santa Clara Pueblo). Made of mud mixture (soil, sand, straw, water), clay, stone, black locust wood, bamboo, yam vines and pigment. Hand built on site in the Summer of 2007, this family of contemporary clay sculptures is intended to erode over time. These ever-changing works of art together reflect messages of growth, transformation, and Native peoples’ relatio

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