Bertha Lujan attended IAIA in the 1960’s. Many of Lujan’s abstract clay sculptures incorporate color pallets inspired by the natural world that surrounds her, including the colors of a rainbow trout. Lujan is one of several women artists that pushed the boundaries of Native art in the 20th century. Her work contributes to redefinition of abstract art by channeling artists’ personal experiences and merging them with traditional Native aesthetics and New York School art influences.
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