Equally touching and poignant was the poetry reading by Max Early. The ancestral voices and stories of Max's Laguna Pueblo family and culture resonated through the gift of his words.
Here are some photos from the exhibit.
|Jaymes Dudding, "Fire Fighters' Memorial Flag"|
|Kai Harper, "We're on our way to no where"|
|Jean Nichols, "Altar de Amor"|
|Betsie Miller-Kusz, "Cruz del Tiempo". Donna Caulton, "Journey Between Two Worlds"|
|Donna Lea, "Valles Caldera Descanso" and "Altar"|
|Max Early, "Carry Your Canteen on Your Journey Home"|
|Ralph Greene, "Artifacts"|
|Krystofer Meadows, "Alabama Now and Then.....ancestral memories"|
|Poetry Reading, Max and Betsie|