I took this on Friday morning. Some of my Native American friends have an issue with this sculpture, I’m not sure I understand what it is. I do know that many thought the artist should have been an Native American. The Ten Commandments used to be on government property. There was a big to-do about the tablets off government property in 2004. Read about it here.
See: Information here.
- A young Ojibwe Indian girl, with braided hair and traditional jewelry around her neck and her proper left wrist, runs forward. She is wearing a sleeveless dress with a full skirt, pants and moccasins. She is carrying a birchbark tray in her proper right arm. The figure is on a large rock from Lake Superior
- Data Source:
- Art Inventories Catalog, Smithsonian American Art Museums