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. "
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"
Larry McNeil (Tlingit-Nisga'a, b. 1955) REAL INDIANS 1980 hand-colored black and white photograph 40" x 28" Larry McNeil "This is a self-portrait made in December of 1977 when I was still going to Brooks Institute of Photography . . . I came across this scene near Santo Domingo Pueblo, I thought to myself, 'Did I see what I thought I saw?' and did a U-turn. My only thought was; Hey, I'm a real Indian!"