Dominos with native art Images
Domino pieces with 7 different animals. For children and adults.Reproductions of Indigenous artwork
Reproductions of Native artwork
Cultural Context: Te-Moak from Western Shoshone to Nevada
Micqaela grew up on the Shoshone and Paiute Nations Indian Reserve, located 160 km northeast of Elko, Nevada, on the border with Idaho. His youth was rich in visual experiences. She spent her days hunting, fishing and enjoying the beauty of Nevada's outdoors with her sister and two brothers. It was only later, as an adult, that Micqaela began to paint and exhibit her work in various art shows around the country, such as the Santa Fe Indian Market, the Eiteljorg Museum Indian Market, the Autry Museum in Los Angeles and the Cherokee Art.
Today, Micqaela continues to work on new ideas, new paintings and new techniques. His work has evolved into an interweaving of his Shoshone culture and contemporary expressions, resulting in vivid and colorful paintings.