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Passing On Traditions

The third section of the World Longest Native American Painting was created in 2010-2011.
Depiction of the tribes represented from Left to Right: (not including children except when next to adult) Navajo, four Ojibwe (Daniel’s family), Julia Parker (Pomo Miwok), Apache Basketmaker, Tohono O’odham, Sioux Dollmaker, Jemez Potter, Menominee family, Potowattomi Strawberry Carrier, Ho-Chunk family, Onieda family, Santa Domingo family, Comanche (La Donna Harris), Yakima elder, Santa Domingo potter (Tenorio)

This print is made with archival inks and is matted with 4 different colors of archival mat: yellow pumpkin - patriot red - clay - sand
The matted size is 10"×23" and these prints are signed and titled by the artist Daniel Ramirez