Facing the east while waiting for the morning sun to rise, this Apache man sings his prayer song.
"During his lifetime, my father created more than forty pieces of art that depicted a man's personal relationship with God. His mother, Blossom, was a devoutly religious woman who had been raised a Christian in the Apache Reformed Church. In "Morning Prayer," Allan uses his narrative skills to present a man who is in deep thought as he faces the rising sun. In his hand is a drumstick, beating a slow rhythm on the drum as he sings his morning prayers. Through the art of my father, we sense this man knows his place in the universe."