Little Pueblo Girl

17” H x 10” W x 7 ½ “ D

Edition of 35

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The Pueblo people were known mostly through the images of the Taos painters for their beautiful white robes.  These trade items were sheets made by Sears Roebuck or Montgomery Ward, but prized by these people at the turn of the 20th century.

Little Pueblo Girl is wearing such a robe.  Catholicism was introduced to the people of the region much earlier and embraced by the pueblo at this time as well, hence the cross earring.

My model was a young Ute Navajo, Aspyn Joe, who is the granddaughter of my friend and fellow CA, Oreland Joe.

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