Unique Cast Bronze, Patina on Crape Myrtle, 57”x 10” x 5”, 2022
My Dad taught at the Fort Sill Indian School and there where many evening that the different staff and faculty members would have each other over for dinners and they would tell stories of their people and as a kid I remember hearing the many different stories and thinking of them as ours, the Delaware. One of my favorites was of False Face. As I grew up, I remembered parts of the story, I then learned that the story was of the Iroquois and more about it and its importance. The Iroquois were close to the Delaware in location many years ago. This figure is of my own interpretation of the story I heard of False Face from that time long ago.
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