Growing up in Albuquerque Duane Koyawena loved to draw.
"I did a lot of pieces that a lot of people always wanted," he says. "Like, 'can I have that? Can I have that?' Even my art teachers would ask me if they could keep stuff."
But he didn't see himself as a burgeoning artist. He only saw his father Lloyd Koyawena's talent.
Sometimes when Duane practiced drawing, he'd ask his dad to help him. He'd watch as his father pulled out his sketchbook and drew a curved line that became a tail and then the horse's mane.