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Fall 1995, Volume 12.3

Art

 

Nora Naranjo Morse

Sometimes She Just Sits


Nora Naranjo Morse (B.A.,College of Santa Fe) is a member of the Tewa tribe, is a metal sculptor and writer, and resides in Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico. Her most recent work is featured in the Heard Museum, in a Native American Women's exhibit called "Watchful Eye" sponsored by the Institute of American Indian Art.  See more work by Nora Naranjo Morse published in
Weber Studies:  Vol. 18.1.

 

Color picture of bronze statue of a woman sitting on the ground.
Sometimes She Just Sits
Bronze, 26" x 22"
Edition of 12
(Photograph by Mary Fredenburgh)