- Work can be found in the National Collection of Contemporary Indian Art in the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
- Featured on the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center’s Virtual Culture Guide with an article called Of Hummingbirds and Hope: Radon Daughter Soothes the Yellow Dragon
- Radon Daughter exhibit in IPCC’s Art Through Struggle Gallery.
De Haven Solimon Chaffins, is a contemporary Indigenous artist and member of the Laguna and Zuni Pueblos. A gifted artist whose work can be found in collections and on display all over the world, her prints can even be found displayed in the Balad Air Base in Iraq – a highlight of her career. Integrating old and new aspects in her bold, acrylic-based paintings, she likes to “hide the information” allowing the observer to develop their own interpretation. She is deeply tied to her people and heritage which she uses to inspire her work. She calls upon her own deep and compelling life experiences when painting, giving each piece a rich and captivating depth.
With a De Haven Solimon Chaffins print hanging on your wall, you are sure to have a prized possession that powerfully speaks of the pueblo soul.