Ink and watercolor on 1915 Delaware County, OK. ledger paper. The forced assimilation aka boarding schools; created a ripple effect of broken homes and cultural lifeways still evident today. However, the resiliency and survival of our First American people continue today due to the strength of our ancestors. This piece is available for the first time since it's inclusion in the traveling exhibit, "Re-Riding History: From the Southern Plains to the Matanzas Bay." Signed exhibit catalogue included.
11.5 x 9 ledger paper.
14 x 16.5, 1" natural wood frame.