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Acrylic paint and aerosol on wood panel. 48" x 60" x 2.5"


This is one of the three big ones I made for my exhibit at the Austin Airport. In the Iroquois community, women were the keepers of culture. They were responsible for defining the political, social, spiritual and economic norms of the tribe. Iroquois society was matrilineal, meaning descent was traced through the mother rather than through the father


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Women Leaders - 48"x60"

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