"Hanging Out" The Wall by Geraldine Lujan-Trujillo
Size: 7" x 11"
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Acrylic on Wood
A great wall was built in the Taos Pueblo to protect its people's from invasions from the enemy. It was once 10 to 13 feet tall. It remains there today but not as high. At times children, teenagers, parents, grandmothers and grandfathers still hang out there. A pleasant stop by the wall for a chat may last a few hours. The spirits of so many Native Puebloans are here to accompany the new generations.
Geraldine has painted a lovely scene of colorfully dressed children passing the day. The charming expression give joy to this special moment in a Pueblo Day.