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Lyssa Bryant
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Gallup, NM
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Beautiful Native Lyssa Bryant Navajo Gallup, NM 👠 👠 @baby20021_1220 @baby20021_1220 @baby20021_1220 👠 👠 #nativesinheels #nativefashion #nativeamericangirl #nativeamericanpride #nativeamericans #native #natives #nativeamericanwoman #nativeamerica #nativeamericangirls #nativeamericanwomen #nativegirls #nativepeople #nativeamerican #nativewomen #nativewoman #nativebeauties #nativegirl #nativemade #nativebeauty #nativepride #navajo #navajogirls #navajowoman #navajogirl #navajowomen #navajobeauty #diné #navajonation - 1 hour ago

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2” Dangle earrings with Zuni turquoise bears, Heishi shell beads and white shell beads on sterling silver wire and sterling silver hooks. 
#zuni #zunibears #shushbear #navajowoman #navajojewelry #navajoartist #dropearrings #earrings #nativeamerican #nativeculture #simplewirewrappingjewelry #whiteshellbeads #iamdiné

2” Dangle earrings with Zuni turquoise bears, Heishi shell beads and white shell beads on sterling silver wire and sterling silver hooks. #zuni #zunibears #shushbear #navajowoman #navajojewelry #navajoartist #dropearrings #earrings #nativeamerican #nativeculture #simplewirewrappingjewelry #whiteshellbeads #iamdiné - 1 day ago

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“Navajo Dawn” | by R.C. Gorman

Navajo Dawn is a multicolored lithograph printed with Houston Fine Arts Press. It was used as the cover for RC’s book “The Radiance Of My People”. It depicts a #Navajo #Woman dressed in a #traditional #NavajoBlanket sitting near a #blooming #thistle.

This work is currently available for viewing and purchase at the gallery. Link in bio.

#RCGorman #NavajoDawn #lithograph #MichaelGormanGallery #navajoartist #dinéartist #taos #newmexico #beautiful #colorful #navajowoman #navajowomen #gorman

“Navajo Dawn” | by R.C. Gorman Navajo Dawn is a multicolored lithograph printed with Houston Fine Arts Press. It was used as the cover for RC’s book “The Radiance Of My People”. It depicts a #Navajo #Woman dressed in a #traditional #NavajoBlanket sitting near a #blooming #thistle . This work is currently available for viewing and purchase at the gallery. Link in bio. #RCGorman #NavajoDawn #lithograph #MichaelGormanGallery #navajoartist #dinéartist #taos #newmexico #beautiful #colorful #navajowoman #navajowomen #gorman - 1 day ago

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Something about going to Lone Rock beach had me reminiscing about my late Yeii Taachiini Grandmother. The matriarch of my existence. I don’t know who the original photographer of this photo is, but they captured my grandmother in the most patriotic way ever. Growing up I always admired this photos. My grandma was a free spirit woman with a big heart. My time spent with her was brief, but she stays in my memories forever. #Matriarch #Grandmother #navajowoman #DineAsdzaan #americanflag #YeiiTaachiinii

Something about going to Lone Rock beach had me reminiscing about my late Yeii Taachiini Grandmother. The matriarch of my existence. I don’t know who the original photographer of this photo is, but they captured my grandmother in the most patriotic way ever. Growing up I always admired this photos. My grandma was a free spirit woman with a big heart. My time spent with her was brief, but she stays in my memories forever. #Matriarch #Grandmother #navajowoman #DineAsdzaan #americanflag #YeiiTaachiinii - 2 days ago

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Just finished these today! Be sure to DM if you want them. Sterling Silver, Navajo Pearls, turquoise, shell beads, and chip rocks. 
#navajoart #navajojewelry #navajowoman #iamnavajo #iamdiné #turquoise #earrings #navajoartist #buyme #buylocally #shellbeads #navajopearls #jewelry #nativejewelry

Just finished these today! Be sure to DM if you want them. Sterling Silver, Navajo Pearls, turquoise, shell beads, and chip rocks. #navajoart #navajojewelry #navajowoman #iamnavajo #iamdiné #turquoise #earrings #navajoartist #buyme #buylocally #shellbeads #navajopearls #jewelry #nativejewelry - 3 days ago

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#beadedearrings #longearringsaremything #nativejewelry #hobbies #collection #whiteearrings #rezgal #cowgirl #hats #momlife #navajowoman I’m particular about stuff 💛🧡💁🏽‍♀️🤠☕️🏜 watch out these earrings snaps necks 😉 My earrings got so much compliments today. 😁

#beadedearrings #longearringsaremything #nativejewelry #hobbies #collection #whiteearrings #rezgal #cowgirl #hats #momlife #navajowoman I’m particular about stuff 💛🧡💁🏽‍♀️🤠☕️🏜 watch out these earrings snaps necks 😉 My earrings got so much compliments today. 😁 - 3 days ago

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That southern California breeze making her hair go everywhere.

In frame: @tazgaussoin

That southern California breeze making her hair go everywhere. In frame: @tazgaussoin - 3 days ago

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First day of a #BachelorDegree in #DigitalAudio 😛😛😛😛😛😛😛😛😛😛😛😛😛😛😛😛 #VoiceOfHoney #Honey #InspirationalAdvocate #StrengtheningThePeople #NativeAmericanPerformer #NativeAmericanSinger #SaltLakeCity #Utah #NavajoWoman #PerformingArtist #BeautifulWoman #RecordingArtist #Singer #Performer #Advocate #PositiveMusic #PositiveMessage #WomenEmpowerment #Entrepreneur #Leaders #NativeLeader #IndigenousWomen #Indigenous

First day of a #BachelorDegree in #DigitalAudio 😛😛😛😛😛😛😛😛😛😛😛😛😛😛😛😛 #VoiceOfHoney #Honey #InspirationalAdvocate #StrengtheningThePeople #NativeAmericanPerformer #NativeAmericanSinger #SaltLakeCity #Utah #NavajoWoman #PerformingArtist #BeautifulWoman #RecordingArtist #Singer #Performer #Advocate #PositiveMusic #PositiveMessage #WomenEmpowerment #Entrepreneur #Leaders #NativeLeader #IndigenousWomen #Indigenous - 4 days ago

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Mujer navajo tejiendo una manta debajo de un árbol de álamo de Norteamérica, fotografía de Edward S. Curtis, ca. 1905. Impresión digital intervenida con bordado y ramas secas. Navajo woman weaving a blanket under an alamo tree in North America, photo by Edward S. Curtis, ca. 1905. Digital printing intervened with embroidery and dry branches. Martha Patricia Montero, agosto 2019.
#EmbroideryOnPaper #EmbroideryArt#ContemporaryEmbroidery#bordadosobrefotografía #ArteTextil#FiberArt #postcardembroidery#fotobordado #fotografíabordada #textilart#bordadoamano #handembroidery#piezaúnica #stitchedinterventions #ramaseca#drybranch#navajo #navajowoman #navajoblanket #navajorug

Mujer navajo tejiendo una manta debajo de un árbol de álamo de Norteamérica, fotografía de Edward S. Curtis, ca. 1905. Impresión digital intervenida con bordado y ramas secas. Navajo woman weaving a blanket under an alamo tree in North America, photo by Edward S. Curtis, ca. 1905. Digital printing intervened with embroidery and dry branches. Martha Patricia Montero, agosto 2019. #EmbroideryOnPaper #EmbroideryArt #ContemporaryEmbroidery #bordadosobrefotografía #ArteTextil #FiberArt #postcardembroidery #fotobordado #fotografíabordada #textilart #bordadoamano #handembroidery #piezaúnica #stitchedinterventions #ramaseca #drybranch #navajo #navajowoman #navajoblanket #navajorug - 5 days ago

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I always enjoy Santa Fe Indian Market! #santafe #santafenewmexico #indianmarket #nm #diné #dinéadzáán #navajo #navajowoman

I always enjoy Santa Fe Indian Market! #santafe #santafenewmexico #indianmarket #nm #diné #dinéadzáán #navajo #navajowoman - 6 days ago

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This morning has been a beautiful morning . Meeting up with my coworker @charstar_art23 we look beautiful in our skirts! A great start to Indian Market morning! #santafe #newmexico #saturday  #santafenewmexico #artist #artistsoninstagram #saturdayvibes #mornings #beautiful #women #skirts #lakota #dakota #dine #navajowoman #lakotawoman #dakotawoman #southwest #love #lifeisgood #2019

This morning has been a beautiful morning . Meeting up with my coworker @charstar_art23 we look beautiful in our skirts! A great start to Indian Market morning! #santafe #newmexico #saturday #santafenewmexico #artist #artistsoninstagram #saturdayvibes #mornings #beautiful #women #skirts #lakota #dakota #dine #navajowoman #lakotawoman #dakotawoman #southwest #love #lifeisgood #2019 - 6 days ago

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Thought you guys would like to see how the first two came out. Haha and check out the last one. When one #squashblossomnecklace ain’t enough #navajo #navajowoman #diné #tellerindianjewelry #navajojewelry #handmadejewelry #southweststyle #swaia #santafeindianmarket

Thought you guys would like to see how the first two came out. Haha and check out the last one. When one #squashblossomnecklace ain’t enough #navajo #navajowoman #diné #tellerindianjewelry #navajojewelry #handmadejewelry #southweststyle #swaia #santafeindianmarket - 7 days ago

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Catching my dreams, one dream at a time ❤ i am the beholder of my own successes❤ i am healthy, i am happy and my family is being taken care of ❤SUCCESS ❤The bags below my eyes are the skin mark of MY FACE 😂 im enjoying this life of mine ❤ all 10 billion years of it..... #VoiceOfHoney #Honey #InspirationalAdvocate #StrengtheningThePeople #NativeAmericanPerformer #NativeAmericanSinger #SaltLakeCity #Utah #NavajoWoman #PerformingArtist #BeautifulWoman #RecordingArtist #Singer #Songwriter #RAndBSinger #Performer #Advocate #PositiveMusic #PositiveMessage #WomenEmpowerment #Entrepreneur #Leaders #NativeLeader #IndigenousWomen #Indigenous

Catching my dreams, one dream at a time ❤ i am the beholder of my own successes❤ i am healthy, i am happy and my family is being taken care of ❤SUCCESS ❤The bags below my eyes are the skin mark of MY FACE 😂 im enjoying this life of mine ❤ all 10 billion years of it..... #VoiceOfHoney #Honey #InspirationalAdvocate #StrengtheningThePeople #NativeAmericanPerformer #NativeAmericanSinger #SaltLakeCity #Utah #NavajoWoman #PerformingArtist #BeautifulWoman #RecordingArtist #Singer #Songwriter #RAndBSinger #Performer #Advocate #PositiveMusic #PositiveMessage #WomenEmpowerment #Entrepreneur #Leaders #NativeLeader #IndigenousWomen #Indigenous - 8 days ago

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This lil group came all the way from #NewYork to enjoy today's performance with #TwoShieldsProduction ❤ #VoiceOfHoney #Honey #InspirationalAdvocate #StrengtheningThePeople #NativeAmericanPerformer #NativeAmericanSinger #SaltLakeCity #Utah #NavajoWoman #PerformingArtist #BeautifulWoman #RecordingArtist #Singer  #Performer #Advocate #PositiveMusic #PositiveMessage #WomenEmpowerment #Entrepreneur #Leaders #NativeLeader #IndigenousWomen #Indigenous

This lil group came all the way from #NewYork to enjoy today's performance with #TwoShieldsProduction#VoiceOfHoney #Honey #InspirationalAdvocate #StrengtheningThePeople #NativeAmericanPerformer #NativeAmericanSinger #SaltLakeCity #Utah #NavajoWoman #PerformingArtist #BeautifulWoman #RecordingArtist #Singer #Performer #Advocate #PositiveMusic #PositiveMessage #WomenEmpowerment #Entrepreneur #Leaders #NativeLeader #IndigenousWomen #Indigenous - 8 days ago

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#throwbackthursday ..the strength and resiiency of Navajo women. #navajowoman #navajowomen #womenpower #nativewomen

#throwbackthursday ..the strength and resiiency of Navajo women. #navajowoman #navajowomen #womenpower #nativewomen - 8 days ago

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Today we’re posting this painting by N. C. Wyeth as a part of the #19ForThe19th Challenge aimed at sharing the stories of women throughout history. Today’s challenge is #FrontierWomen. 
N. C. Wyeth’s painting On the October Trail foregrounds the lives of Navajo (Diné) living in the American Southwest, in particular, the woman, who rides beside and below the man, and carries a small child on a cradleboard. Appearing on the cover of Scribner’s in October 1908, Wyeth painted the work in 1907. At this early point of the twentieth century, the fate of many Native American nations was in question, as the U.S. government attempted to legislate an individualized reservation system. In 1907 and 1908, President Theodore Roosevelt signed two executive orders pertaining to the land reserved for the Navajo nation in Arizona and New Mexico: the first expanded the territory, and the second revised and reduced the territory. 
Wyeth, as in many of his Western works, romanticized the life of indigenous peoples. Though the painting is not known to relate to any particular event, the scene of a man, woman, and child traveling along a trail calls to mind one of the major acts of Native American displacement, which took place during the 1860s. The Long Walk of the Navajo was a 300 mile forced march to an internment camp called Bosque Redondo, an enterprise which ultimately failed and resulted in the death of 2,000 Navajo. In June of 1868 the Navajo began their own long walk home after a treaty was signed allowing them to return to a portion of their ancestral lands. 
Indigenous women, such as the one depicted in Wyeth’s painting, would not have benefitted from the ratification of the 19th Amendment until future legislation was passed to grant the rightsof citizenship to Native Americans. Today, the Native American Voting Rights Act of 2019 is currently before Congress and is supported by the League of Women Voters and other civil rights groups.
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#RightfullyHers #MyBrandywine #19thamendment #women100 #herstory #Diné #Navajo #mativeamerican #indigenous #NavajoWoman #nativeamericans #NCWyeth #mybrandywine #brandywinevalley #brandywinerivermuseumofart

Today we’re posting this painting by N. C. Wyeth as a part of the #19ForThe19th  Challenge aimed at sharing the stories of women throughout history. Today’s challenge is #FrontierWomen . N. C. Wyeth’s painting On the October Trail foregrounds the lives of Navajo (Diné) living in the American Southwest, in particular, the woman, who rides beside and below the man, and carries a small child on a cradleboard. Appearing on the cover of Scribner’s in October 1908, Wyeth painted the work in 1907. At this early point of the twentieth century, the fate of many Native American nations was in question, as the U.S. government attempted to legislate an individualized reservation system. In 1907 and 1908, President Theodore Roosevelt signed two executive orders pertaining to the land reserved for the Navajo nation in Arizona and New Mexico: the first expanded the territory, and the second revised and reduced the territory. Wyeth, as in many of his Western works, romanticized the life of indigenous peoples. Though the painting is not known to relate to any particular event, the scene of a man, woman, and child traveling along a trail calls to mind one of the major acts of Native American displacement, which took place during the 1860s. The Long Walk of the Navajo was a 300 mile forced march to an internment camp called Bosque Redondo, an enterprise which ultimately failed and resulted in the death of 2,000 Navajo. In June of 1868 the Navajo began their own long walk home after a treaty was signed allowing them to return to a portion of their ancestral lands. Indigenous women, such as the one depicted in Wyeth’s painting, would not have benefitted from the ratification of the 19th Amendment until future legislation was passed to grant the rightsof citizenship to Native Americans. Today, the Native American Voting Rights Act of 2019 is currently before Congress and is supported by the League of Women Voters and other civil rights groups. . . . . . #RightfullyHers #MyBrandywine #19thamendment #women100 #herstory #Diné #Navajo #mativeamerican #indigenous #NavajoWoman #nativeamericans #NCWyeth #mybrandywine #brandywinevalley #brandywinerivermuseumofart - 9 days ago

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Blue with orange lines abstract 
8”x10”
Acrylic on canvas. 
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#acrylicpainter #acryliconcanvas #abstractpainting #abstractart #nativeartist #nativeartist #artist #painter #navajowoman #abstract #bluepainting #minipaintings #orginalpaintings #satxartist #sanantonioartist #texasartist #texaspainter

Blue with orange lines abstract 8”x10” Acrylic on canvas. DM for questions or purchasing. #acrylicpainter #acryliconcanvas #abstractpainting #abstractart #nativeartist #nativeartist #artist #painter #navajowoman #abstract #bluepainting #minipaintings #orginalpaintings #satxartist #sanantonioartist #texasartist #texaspainter - 9 days ago

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Today we’re posting this painting by N. C. Wyeth as a part of the #19ForThe19th Challenge aimed at sharing the stories of women throughout history. Today’s challenge is #FrontierWomen. 
N. C. Wyeth’s painting On the October Trail foregrounds the lives of Navajo (Diné) living in the American Southwest, in particular, the woman, who rides beside and below the man, and carries a small child on a cradleboard. Appearing on the cover of Scribner’s in October 1908, Wyeth painted the work in 1907. At this early point of the twentieth century, the fate of many Native American nations was in question, as the U.S. government attempted to legislate an individualized reservation system. In 1907 and 1908, President Theodore Roosevelt signed two executive orders pertaining to the land reserved for the Navajo nation in Arizona and New Mexico: the first expanded the territory, and the second revised and reduced the territory.  Though the scene of a man, woman, and child traveling along a trail was one that Wyeth witnessed, today it calls to mind one of the major acts of Native American displacement, which took place during the 1860s. The Long Walk of the Navajo was a 300 mile forced march to an internment camp called Bosque Redondo, an enterprise which ultimately failed and resulted in the death of 2,000 Navajo. In June of 1868 the Navajo began their own long walk home after a treaty was signed allowing them to return to a portion of their ancestral lands. 
Indigenous women, such as the one depicted in Wyeth’s painting, would not have benefitted from the ratification of the 19th Amendment until future legislation was passed to grant the rightsof citizenship to Native Americans. Today, the Native American Voting Rights Act of 2019 is currently before Congress and is supported by the League of Women Voters and other civil rights groups.
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#RightfullyHers #MyBrandywine #19thamendment #women100 #herstory #Diné #Navajo #mativeamerican #indigenous #NavajoWoman #nativeamericans #NCWyeth #mybrandywine #brandywinevalley #brandywinerivermuseumofart

Today we’re posting this painting by N. C. Wyeth as a part of the #19ForThe19th  Challenge aimed at sharing the stories of women throughout history. Today’s challenge is #FrontierWomen . N. C. Wyeth’s painting On the October Trail foregrounds the lives of Navajo (Diné) living in the American Southwest, in particular, the woman, who rides beside and below the man, and carries a small child on a cradleboard. Appearing on the cover of Scribner’s in October 1908, Wyeth painted the work in 1907. At this early point of the twentieth century, the fate of many Native American nations was in question, as the U.S. government attempted to legislate an individualized reservation system. In 1907 and 1908, President Theodore Roosevelt signed two executive orders pertaining to the land reserved for the Navajo nation in Arizona and New Mexico: the first expanded the territory, and the second revised and reduced the territory. Though the scene of a man, woman, and child traveling along a trail was one that Wyeth witnessed, today it calls to mind one of the major acts of Native American displacement, which took place during the 1860s. The Long Walk of the Navajo was a 300 mile forced march to an internment camp called Bosque Redondo, an enterprise which ultimately failed and resulted in the death of 2,000 Navajo. In June of 1868 the Navajo began their own long walk home after a treaty was signed allowing them to return to a portion of their ancestral lands. Indigenous women, such as the one depicted in Wyeth’s painting, would not have benefitted from the ratification of the 19th Amendment until future legislation was passed to grant the rightsof citizenship to Native Americans. Today, the Native American Voting Rights Act of 2019 is currently before Congress and is supported by the League of Women Voters and other civil rights groups. . . . . . #RightfullyHers #MyBrandywine #19thamendment #women100 #herstory #Diné #Navajo #mativeamerican #indigenous #NavajoWoman #nativeamericans #NCWyeth #mybrandywine #brandywinevalley #brandywinerivermuseumofart - 9 days ago

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That turquoise is Amazingly beautiful ! Man I would wear this ! #navajojewelry #navajowoman #navajo #dinepride #dine #turquoise #jewelrymaking

That turquoise is Amazingly beautiful ! Man I would wear this ! #navajojewelry #navajowoman #navajo #dinepride #dine #turquoise #jewelrymaking - 9 days ago

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Shiprock
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Acrylic on canvas. 
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#acrylicpainter #acryliconcanvas #shiprock #shiprocknm #newmexico #navajoland #navajo #navajowoman #navajopainter #dinépainter #nativepride #satxpainter #sanantoniopainter #paintingismylife #buyme #supportlocalart #fourcornersartist #reservation #navajoreservation #supportlocalartists 
I love painting Shiprock, my favorite subject. :)

Shiprock 8”x10” Acrylic on canvas. DM for purchase or questions. #acrylicpainter #acryliconcanvas #shiprock #shiprocknm #newmexico #navajoland #navajo #navajowoman #navajopainter #dinépainter #nativepride #satxpainter #sanantoniopainter #paintingismylife #buyme #supportlocalart #fourcornersartist #reservation #navajoreservation #supportlocalartists I love painting Shiprock, my favorite subject. :) - 9 days ago

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