During the 1960s, I lived on the Navajo Reservation among the Navajo people. I attended Navajo ceremonies and participated in various cultural activities. I studied the Navajo language, both in written and spoken form. As a founding faculty member, I later (1968-1971) taught art classes at Navajo Community College.

During my tenure at NCC, I produced numerous acrylic paintings of Navajo culture. Many of these paintings are shown above. They are reproduced as archival (giclée) art prints which are available for purchase from this web site.

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CONTACT Glen L. Peterson via email at hozho7777@hotmail.com.
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After retiring from full-time teaching at Yavapai College in 1999, I returned to NCC (now named Dine College) to teach two more years. I also did further study of the Navajo language at Dine College.