A Taos legend
Beverly Blacksheep, Between Heaven and Earth , acrylic, 32 x 18. By Anne Hillerman Traditional Painting Beverly Blacksheep The daughter and granddaughter of weavers, Beverly Blacksheep grew up on the Navajo reservation, herding sheep and spinning and carding wool. But painting, not weaving, captured her imagination. Her mother had a print by Harrison Begay...
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