Thursday, August 25, 2016

Another Heard Museum Sculpture


I found another sculpture in the Heard Museum gardens that I haven't featured before.  This one is by Doug Hyde and it's called "Navajo Water Girl".

In the late 60's, Doug Hyde went to the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe New Mexico where he became friends with Allan Houser.  He still lives and works in Santa Fe today.

10 comments:

Christine said...

A very lovely sculpture, Sharon!

Lowell said...

This captures beautifully a Navajo woman carrying water. I love the clean lines of the piece.

Steve Reed said...

Very clean and smooth!

Karl Demetz said...

Beautiful, I love the facial expression and the clean style.

Kate said...

Smooth, simple lines result in a beautiful sculpture. The Indian Art School has been a real treasure over the generations.

Judy said...

That is lovely...always something to admire there.

William Kendall said...

An impressive sculpture, Sharon!

RedPat said...

It's lovely. I could gladly live with this piece.

Lois said...

It is beautiful!

Catalyst said...

Oops, Sharon. You framed her with a cactus feather protuding from her head. Or maybe you intended to do that.