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The Hand Symbol in Native American Art

The Hand

In Native American art, the hand usually represents the presence of man. From the earliest hand imprints on cave walls, the hand depicts a man’s work, achievements and his personal history. 167 more words

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G is for Kyle Gann

I’m doing the A-Z April Challenge again. This year, I’m going to look only for composers born the same year as I was: 1955.

Today is G, and my choice is Kyle… 9 more words


Artist of the moment.......Noreen Simplicio

Noreen Simplicio is a Native American artist renown for her incredible pots which usually feature lizards. Noreen Simplicio represents the Zuni Pueblo.

Simplicio began producing pots in 1977 whilst in high school under the tutelage of James Laate. 117 more words

A diary of a journey through New Mexico

Nicolas Lafora kept a diary while he was traveling with a military inspection team in Mexico, from Tepozotlán to New Mexico between 1766-1768.  He also made a series of maps.  266 more words


Rainbow smoke rising

Shadow light shining honors

Marble bear fetish

Haiku Poetry

Chasing Arizona

As I have mentioned, our next international adventure will be to Australia, lovingly called OZ by its residents.  We plan to visit Australia for six weeks and hopefully circumnavigate the continent.   285 more words