Taos Pueblo Winter

The Tiwa Indians, also known as Tigua, are a group of Tanoan Pueblo tribes which live in three areas of New Mexico including Taos. The people of Taos Pueblo have a detailed oral history which is not divulged due to religious privacy. The Taos Pueblo is the oldest continuously inhabited community in the United States dating back to more than 1,000 years. And due to maintaining traditions, no electricity or running water is allowed within the Pueblo walls. I imagine winter must present some challenges for the current residents who remain to protect their sacred traditions.

Taos Pueblo Winter

One-of-a-kind 17 X 6.5 acrylic on natural wild turkey feathers.

Custom mounted using conservation and archival acid-free materials in an 24X12 double matted shadow box window inside a 29 X 17 oak frame w/linen inlay and glass.

Price ($ USD) 4,200

plus $350 shipping to lower 48 states

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Price – $835 unframed, $1,375 framed

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