Coyote Tosses the Stars is a colorful, child like collage reflecting a Native creation story: At the time of creating the Earth, the deities were carefully placing the stars in the sky with perfect order in mind. Along came Coyote and wanted to help. As the deities were resting, Coyote grabbed the bag of stars and began dancing and singing as he threw the stars into the sky. He was just about to get caught so he took the bag and heaved it into the heavens… and that is why we have the Milky Way today!
Kiva Ladder poster has 22 hidden animals and feathers within the darkened walls of the Kiva. It is fun to find each of the animals. This poster announced an exhibit called ‘Windows’ ~ Watercolors of Jan Wright at Edge of the Cedars Museum in Blanding, Utah.
Delicate Arch in the Snow reflects the spectacular arch in southern Utah against a cold winter sky. If one squints one eyes at the winter sun, lines of light will intersect sky and landscape. Delicate Arch stands majestically in the snow.
Before the Pueblo Wakes shows Taos Pueblo in a soft pink, early morning light before anyone stirs.
Moon over Walpi displays First Hopi Mesa’s magic with its ancient feel. Atop a cliff, this magical, ancient home to the Hopi keeps watch over the vast desert below.