I am a Native American artist and traditional drummaker from the Taos Pueblo located at the steps of the majestic Sangre De Cristos mountains in northern New Mexico.  My works have found homes around the world and can be seen at several galleries and museums around the country, including the Smithsonian National museum of the American Indian.  Widely known for my painted drums and stylized sculptures, I try to draw inspiration from the traditional images of my native roots.  The Drums are traditionally made from deer, elk and buffalo hides and are painted with a remarkable sense of design that unites deep tradition with the contemporary. My stylized sculptures and design motifs are integrated with form and color that result in a strong and vibrant balance that can be describes as geometrical and organic at the same time.   They can range from a couple feet in height to 20 feet tall. They can stand as a focal point in a courtyard or be attached to a wall.