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Focusing largely on interpretative female portraits, Roxanne Swentzell’s figures attempt to restore the balance of power between the male and the female inherently recognized in her own culture. Increasingly, she uses a range of emotions, irrepressible moods, and a powerful sense of humor to communicate. Her work, though steeped in her own Native American culture, demonstrates an astounding universality, speaking to people of all cultures.
Roxanne Swentzell, Santa Clara Pueblo clay and bronze sculptor, lives and works near Santa Fe.
$10; $5 My Mia members, free for Native American Art Affinity Group members
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