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"Often referred to as “squaw boots”, these hard soled, single button mocs were most often yellow when worn by the Navajo, as opposed to the dark red of those preferred by the Hopi. Made from brain-tanned hides, they were very comfortable and extremely durable. They have been relegated mostly to use as ceremonial wear in recent years."


Size: choose from 8x8 inches or 12x12 inches as a canvas print or metal print, and 12x12 as a museum quality paper print

What you get when you order a canvas print:

As soon as you order, you’ll get a confirmation email and tracking information. Then printing starts. Once your order has been printed and carefully packaged, you’ll be notified by email that it has shipped! Please note: It can take up to two weeks to receive your print, but it’s usually faster.

Your canvas print will arrive safely in sturdy cardboard packaging, and be ready to hang right out of the box. 

This gallery-wrapped canvas print features a mirrored image around the edges, offering a polished finish. While we could have opted for a print solely on the front with white edges, we believe the mirrored edges add an extra touch of elegance, and doesn't require framing.

We're a family affair here at Farnsworth Studio, with Rosa, John's daughter, at the helm of our digital operations. And when it comes to satisfaction, we've got you covered with our no-questions-asked guarantee.

Why metal prints

They are just so versatile! They work well in a contemporary space, and equally well in a historic home. 

Depending on the size you choose, you can hang this metal print in your living room, kitchen, bedroom, or even the bathroom! Hang it anywhere to infuse your personal style into the space. Renting? These metal prints look great sitting on your dresser or a shelf and leaned against the wall.

This aluminum print includes an easy hang kit. No framing or canvas stretching necessary - although you can frame it if desired.

Elevate your space with soulful images created from original artwork, adding a touch of your personal style to any room.

With a unique approach, John Farnsworth breathes new life into traditional southwestern imagery, infusing it with a fresh and contemporary perspective that has captivated collectors and critics alike for decades.

Renowned for his deep engagement with Native American themes and culture, Farnsworth embarked on a transformative journey beginning in 1967 that spanned over a decade. Immersing himself in the lives and landscapes of the Navajo, Hopi, and other tribes, Farnsworth's extensive time spent on these lands fueled his artistic exploration and depiction of indigenous cultures. His artworks, rich in authenticity and respect, offer viewers a window into the vibrant traditions and spiritual depth of Native American communities through his eyes. This dedication not only enhanced his portfolio but also established him as a pivotal figure in the preservation and celebration of Native American art and heritage.

Over the course of several years, John Farnsworth painted over 1400 daily paintings, chronicled on his blog A Farnsworth A Day, which later turned into a daily photography blog. These daily creations, primarily 6x6 inch oil paintings but also including a variety of sizes and watercolors, showcased his prolific talent and unwavering dedication to his craft.  What began as a platform for sharing his artistic endeavors evolved into a captivating visual diary, offering glimpses into his creative process.

Join the Daily Painting movement as John Farnsworth takes you on an artistic journey through the heart of the American Southwest and beyond. With each brushstroke, discover a unique blend of skill and spontaneity, capturing the vibrant spirit of the Southwest in his small, daily masterpieces. Join us on this creative adventure and experience the joy of collecting prints of his original artworks that speak to the soul. In the world of daily painting, where artists commit to creating a small painting every day, exploring new techniques, and building on a consistent creative practice. It's a movement that offers a glimpse into the artist's process, providing collectors with a direct connection to the art and the artist's journey.