Project Antelope

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New Mexico & Me

The original painting for this print was listed in a year long Exhibition at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque, NM. The roadrunner is a common sight in the city of Albuquerque. They can be seen on the sidewalk, perched atop a fence or even comfortably resting on the rooftop! A mated pair had built a nest in a tree that is located in my front yard and were proud, hardworking parents of three. The roadrunner is pictured with a Zia symbol, which is on the NM State Flag and it originated from one of the 19 Pueblo tribes in NM. The Zia sun symbol represents the four cardinal directions, the four seasons of the year, the four period of each day and the four seasons of life.

Details

  • CategoryFor Your Home
  • SubcategoryPrints
  • ArtistRoberta Begaye

Materials

11" x 14" with a 3​/​4" white border. Full color print on a smooth, heavyweight paper that is suitable for framing. The print will be shipped in a plastic protective sleeve with a chip board backing.

Reviews (1)

  • TH

    Beautiful and arrived so quickly and without issue. I’m amazed at the affordability of such a beautiful piece of art! Lovely personalized correspondence from the artist was truly special.

    Tamara HDecember 2023

$45.00