In Indian Territory (Eastern Oklahoma) most families were mixed bloods and most were farmers. The work in the fields was often shared by neighbors . . the work was necessary for survival and very hard BUT it was also almost a social opportunity for the families. By working together, they were communicating and recognizing each other as individuals . . . these two young women are enjoying a quiet visit under the early moon, at the end of a long day.
12" X 18" image
Limited Edition Print