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Micqaela Jones

THE GREAT-GREAT GRANDDAUGHTER OF CHIEF TUTUWA OF THE TOSAWIHI SHOSHONE TRIBE, MICQAELA Jones has been creating works inspired by her Shoshone culture for more than two decades. She grew up on the Duck Valley Indian Reservation 100 miles northeast of Elko, Nevada, and considers her rural upbringing and family heritage the foundation and inspiration for her vibrant work.

An enrolled member of the Te-Moak Tribe of Western Shoshone, Jones calls herself a self-taught artist. She spent years trying different techniques, textures, and colors, painting

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