Amado Pena is a recognized artisan of the Pascua Yaqui Tribe in Arizona. Amado's artwork is often inspired by the ancient heritage of the Arizona and New Mexico regions. This print is number 34 of 135 prints, it was printed on December 5th of 1990 at the El Taller gallery in Austin, TX. Since the printing, all screens for this edition have been destroyed. This piece features a seated Navajo couple the woman holds a piece of pottery and the man is wearing a traditional blanket and hat. The frame measures 18 3/4" by 24 3/4" and the print itself measures 11" by 17".