Carol Lujan

  • Navajo Nation, Arizona, New Mexico and Utah
  • Sculpture

Carol Lujan, a clay and glass artist, is a citizen of the Dine' (Navajo) Nation and lives and works in both Arizona and New Mexico. She is of the Totsohnii (Big Water) clan and her original clan is Hashtl'shnii (Mud Clan). Carol's contemporary clay and glass art is inspired by her family, her native culture and heritage ad the beautiful landscape of the Southwest. Her colorful clay masks are influenced by the Dine' deities and her clay sculptures reflect the strength, humor and spirit of indigenous women of the Southwest. Additionally, her glass art transforms traditional native art into a contemporary nontraditional form.

Sample of Work

GrandMother's Legacy Series

GrandMother's Legacy Series

15" x 12" x 3"

Sculpture

"Rain Blessing Overflowing"

"Rain Blessing Overflowing"

20" x 12" x 14"

Sculpture

Corn Mothers' Blessings Triptech

Corn Mothers' Blessings Triptech

24 1/2 x 17 1/4" x 2"

Sculpture