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Ernie Pepion (Blackfeet, b. 1943)    MAN INFEST DYSENTERY 1992  mixed media 22" x 20" x 3"    "When I was small, my grandfather told me that the Blackfeet used moss in the cradleboard. So you can see that 'disposable' diapers are not new. What is new is a 'disposable' diaper that doesn't readily return to nature. "

Ernie Pepion (Blackfeet, b. 1943) MAN INFEST DYSENTERY 1992 mixed media 22" x 20" x 3" "When I was small, my grandfather told me that the Blackfeet used moss in the cradleboard. So you can see that 'disposable' diapers are not new. What is new is a 'disposable' diaper that doesn't readily return to nature. "

Juane Quick-to-See Smith: "I See Red Series: What's Happening"   mixed media

Juane Quick-to-See Smith: "I See Red Series: What's Happening" mixed media

Pena Bonita (Apache-Seminole, b. 1948)    2 MORNING PAPERS & 2 TELLYS 1993  photograph/computer generated image  24" x 30"

Pena Bonita (Apache-Seminole, b. 1948) 2 MORNING PAPERS & 2 TELLYS 1993 photograph/computer generated image 24" x 30"

Gail Tremblay  In Search of the Ultimate Roach Joke 1993  "I GOT TO THE POW WOW AROUND FIVE; TOOK MY SUITCASE AND STARTED TO PUT ON MY OUTFIT AND ROACH..."	"A ROACH?"	"HEY MAN, DID YOU SAY YOU FOUND A ROACH?"

Gail Tremblay In Search of the Ultimate Roach Joke 1993 "I GOT TO THE POW WOW AROUND FIVE; TOOK MY SUITCASE AND STARTED TO PUT ON MY OUTFIT AND ROACH..." "A ROACH?" "HEY MAN, DID YOU SAY YOU FOUND A ROACH?"

Rosanda Suetopka Thayer (Hopi-Navajo, b. 1958)    KOYALA IN SAN FRANCISCO: THE TRENCHCOAT SERIES 1994  wood/acrylic  48" x 39" x 6"

Rosanda Suetopka Thayer (Hopi-Navajo, b. 1958) KOYALA IN SAN FRANCISCO: THE TRENCHCOAT SERIES 1994 wood/acrylic 48" x 39" x 6"

Robert Freeman (Dakota-Luiseño, b. 1939)    LIZ TAYLOR INDIANS 1988   oil on paper 10" x 14"

Robert Freeman (Dakota-Luiseño, b. 1939) LIZ TAYLOR INDIANS 1988 oil on paper 10" x 14"

'Homer Clobbered by Chongo' (2009) by New Mexico-based Cochiti Pueblo ceramic artist Diego Romero (b.1964)

'Homer Clobbered by Chongo' (2009) by New Mexico-based Cochiti Pueblo ceramic artist Diego Romero (b.1964)

Joanna Osburn-Bigfeather  "Two years ago my husband and I took a trip across the United States from New York to Los Angeles. During that 6,000 mile journey (round trip) we stopped at numerous gas stations and curio shops. What I discovered were a variety of Indian toys and images of the 'Indian' for sale. It is these toys that young people today view as the Native American. Since that point I started 'collecting' these...

Joanna Osburn-Bigfeather "Two years ago my husband and I took a trip across the United States from New York to Los Angeles. During that 6,000 mile journey (round trip) we stopped at numerous gas stations and curio shops. What I discovered were a variety of Indian toys and images of the 'Indian' for sale. It is these toys that young people today view as the Native American. Since that point I started 'collecting' these...

Nora Naranjo-Morse (Santa Clara Pueblo, b. 1953)    ROSITA FISHED WITH A METAL ROD DURING ELECTRICAL STORMS BECAUSE GRANDMA TAUGHT HER THAT STRONG SPIRITUAL CONDUCT WAS ESSENTIAL TO PUEBLO LIVING 1994  clay, copper, wire, wood, silver  12" x 16" x 5"

Nora Naranjo-Morse (Santa Clara Pueblo, b. 1953) ROSITA FISHED WITH A METAL ROD DURING ELECTRICAL STORMS BECAUSE GRANDMA TAUGHT HER THAT STRONG SPIRITUAL CONDUCT WAS ESSENTIAL TO PUEBLO LIVING 1994 clay, copper, wire, wood, silver 12" x 16" x 5"

Native American Art, Juniper Buffalo Bull and little Young Man, and Two Guns, 1935 Book, The Blackfeet Indians of Glacier National Park by SharetheLoveVintage on Etsy

Native American Art, Juniper Buffalo Bull and little Young Man, and Two Guns, 1935 Book, The Blackfeet Indians of Glacier National Park by SharetheLoveVintage on Etsy

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