Two sculptural murals (each 5 ft. tall x 2 ft. wide) frame the entrance to the government building of the Barona Band of Mission Indians Tribal Offices. Betsy Schulz researched the tribe’s history and customs through their museum and attended several meetings with the tribal council to discuss the design. The murals depict the freedom of spirit and resourcefulness of the tribe’s way of life and their respect for the natural world.
Medium: Handmade sculpted tiles and mosaicsSize: 48 sq. ft.Duration: June–November 2009Client: Barona Band of Mission Indians
Curt Crook, Barona Band of Mission Indians, Kathryn Schmiedeberg, Kathy Tanaka, and Insu Nuzzi