Richard's 3rd Hand #16

Richard’s 3rd Hand #16, 1995. Lorenzo Clayton (Navajo), b. 1950. Mixed media. Museum purchase, 2006 (26/5715).

Over time, the work of printmaker and painter Lorenzo Clayton (Navajo, b. 1950) has evolved from single canvases and prints to assemblages and installations. Clayton is a native of Santa Fe, and received a BFA from the Cooper Union. He has taught extensively and exhibited nationally and internationally, and his work is in the permanent collections of the Heard Museum, Museum of Northern Arizona, Tucson Museum, and the Eiteljorg Museum, among other institutions. He is one of five charter recipients of the Eiteljorg Fellowship.

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