"Mixed Blood" by Jaune Quick-to-See Smith
This painting done in 1992 by Quick-to-See Smith has a lot to say, much of which can be interpreted in different ways by the viewer. The main object in the painting is a hand. Around the hand are newspaper clipping and pieces of cloth. There are big areas of color and red dripping paint in some places. There is not a lot going on in this painting, but the things that are happening are very powerful and thought provoking.
Mixed Blood is a statement made to get people's attention. The artist wants people to better understand the Native Americans and to respect the battles they fought in order to remain alive. The colors used and the boldness of the hand in the center of the picture are eye-catching. The hand is a familiar object, but it could have a few different meanings.
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