This is a very special painting to me as it contains many memories from my past. My wife grew up with the Navajo people in Blanding, Utah, and I grew up with two Navajo Indian foster brothers in California. These items are from my family and have significant meanings behind them. The vase with the bear on it is one of the vases my wife’s brother makes and sells. Each type of pot has its own unique story to tell. Kachinas walk the Earth and make themselves known to people during the winter and summer solstices, readily available for believers on several occasions throughout the year. The Kachina dolls of today’s art market are a bridge not only between the spiritual world and mortals but also between Hopis and non-Hopis. Rug weaving is deeply rooted in Navajo Indian culture and traditional beliefs, dating back more than 300 years. As you look at this painting perhaps you will come to feel their spirit as I have.


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