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Sleepyrock  -  Chicana, Diné & Cochiti Pueblo  -   b. 1994

July (2023)

Digital Painting on Canvas (framed)


24” x  24” Canvas with Black or Walnut frame  - $220 


Only 4 24" x 24" canvases will be produced & sold.

Signed Authentication card with serial number & artist statement will be mailed 2-10 days after order is delivered. Please email with any questions, concerns, or feedback. 

"July" Large Framed Canvas w/ Authentication Card

Excluding Sales Tax
  • Each canvas print is made to order individually, and can take 2-4 weeks to fully complete. Small variations may occur. Items cannot be shipped together due to their delicate nature.

    Art cannot be returned or exchanged, but Sleepyrock LC will address any issues on a case-by-case basis and some art may be sold back to Sleepyrock LC in certain events.

    Authentication cards are mailed seperately. Authentication cards may be reissued upon written request with photo or video inspection only.

    Care: Gallery wraps are intended for indoor use only. Extended display in Direct Sunlight or extreme heat can damage red & yellow inks. Dust only with a soft, dry cloth. Protect & insure your investment upon receipt.

    Sleepyrock LC does not assume responsibility for lost, damaged, or stolen packages, however Sleepyrock will help you to file a claim in these events. 

  • My name is Jessie Weahkee, and in 2022, I decided to produce  all digital art under the moniker Sleepyrock, paying homage to my father's clan, Tsé Nahabiłnii. I am Cochiti, Zuni, & Navajo and I was born & raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

    My family is from Hogback, New Mexico. My mother, Linda Ramirez-Weahkee is a painter who is prolific in her color theory, and influences me greatly. My Dad, Sonny Weahkee dabbled in digital design, silversmithing, and other mediums before becoming known for Community Organizing & leadership within Native American communities. Both of my parents and their ancestors guide me daily.

    Shí éí Sleepyrock yinishyé.
    Naakai dine'é dahazlii "Tó Gad dine'é" nishłį́
    Tsé nabahiłnii bashishchiin. 
    Chicana dashicheii, áádóó 
    Tó Gad dine'é dashinalí. 

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