52nd National Catalog


Native American women of the Great Plains played a very important role in their tribe. They were more than just mothers of the tribe’s children - they were builders, warriors, farmers and craftswomen. Their strength was essential to the survival of each tribe. Women were responsible for the care of the children, food preparation, making clothes, setting up the tipi, tanning hides plus many other skills like making tools and weapons out of animal bones. In my oil painting, Joys Along the Way , I chose to depict a treasured moment in between chores while this mom was laughing and playing with her precious son.

20” x 20” — Oil $2,700

SUSAN T. NEUMANN • WAOW Associate • TX • susantempleneumannfineart.com Susan Temple Neumann, a nationally awarded artist, is a Texas native. Art of the West magazine featured Susan’s work with a six-page article in 2021. She won Best of Show for associates at the WAOW exhibition in 2019. Susan also won Best of Show in the 2018 American Plains Artists show and finished in the top three in 2019 and 2020. She is a signature member of both American Women Artists and American Plains Artists. Illume Gallery of Fine Art in St. George, UT represents Susan’s highly collectable oil paintings.


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