In the picture, there is a little boy standing in his village where his home is located. The setting of the picture are pueblos. These homes were stacked with bricks. The gaps between the homes are fulled with mud because the mud is supposed keep out all the wind, rain, or unwanted bugs.
Their food source is Prickly pears, Berries, and more. I put grapes to substitute for berries. Same thing with the Prickly Pears. They farmed crops of corn, squash, and beans. They got these from farming. Men hunted animals while girls picked fruits, nuts, and more.
Art and daily life. In this picture there is a scene where the pueblos are dancing. This is part of their art and daily life because they wore decorative clothing and silver and turquoise jewelry. This is art because there could be colors and patterns and all sorts of things and their clothing. For their daily life: They sometimes had Kachina dancing which explains the picture and they also had ceremonies. This was because they believed in Kachinas. They had their ceremonies in the Kachina room.