Aunt Maxine

Type of art: Photography/Digital Art
This is a photograph of my Aunt Maxine. It was taken after her 93rd birthday. She is wrapped in her Cherokee Legacy Blanket that was presented to her on her birthday by Chief Hoskin. She lives in Proctor, Oklahoma, on her father’s original allotment. The camera used was a Hasselblad 501c with a 150mm lens. The film was Ilford HP5 400 black and white. It is framed and ready to hang. 

Materials: Photo paper and frame.  

Size: 26" x 26" x 1"
Price: $950
Ronnie Morris
Cherokee Nation
Ronnie Morris’ interest in art started at an early age and continued through his school-age years, but only recently has his passion for art been reignited. For him, choosing to work in different mediums, photography, sculpture and acrylic painting is both challenging and satisfying. Spending 45 years in aviation has allowed him to hone skills that have contributed to his success. A citizen of the Cherokee Nation, he looks for inspiration through his heritage to bring new perspectives to his work. He lives with his family in Claremore, Oklahoma.
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