I am a full blooded member of the Dine’ (Navajo) Nation. I am born in to the Todich’ii’nii Clan (Bitterwater Clan) and born of the To’aheedliinii Clan (Water Flow Together Clan). I was raised in Nahodishgish, New Mexico on the Navajo Nation.
For more than eighteen years I have taught myself to respect and work with Sterling Silver and varieties of metal. I believe there are no boundaries and limits to my art. I desire to express myself with a paradox of classical art and beauty through a modern and creative form of art.
The sculptures are created out of sterling silver and various metals. I give form to metal with only minimal tools, and shapes emerge with beauty that is exceptional, unique and one of a kind. The subjects that come to mind regarding my creations are spontaneous. Art pieces that contain turquoise, gem stones, and other natural materials are of the utmost quality. Each sculptural piece is created individually to reflect the profound human warmth that brings the sculpture to life. I have been given many opportunities to obtain new tools and equipment, however, I choose to use and appreciate the tools passed down from generation to generation.
Being a self taught artist, I believe the simple things in life are momentous. I aspire to obtain the impression that less means more. Many of the my creations show the simple flow of formation. Recently I began the study of human anatomy, as I gain more knowledge further into different subject matters, I aim to explore and challenge myself in creating art and everyday living.
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