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Navajo and Hopi Art in Arizona : Continuing Traditions (Paperback) (Rory O'neill Schmitt)
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Arizona's Navajo and Hopi cultures span multiple generations, and their descendants continue to honor customs from thousands of years ago. Contemporary artists like Hopi katsina doll carver Manuel Chavarria and Navajo weaver Barbara Teller Ornelas use traditional crafts and techniques to preserve the stories of their ancestors. Meanwhile, emerging mixed-media artists like Melanie Yazzie expand the boundaries of tradition by combining Navajo influences with contemporary culture and styles. Local author Rory Schmitt presents the region's outstanding native artists and their work, studios and inspirations.
Number of Pages: 188
Genre: History, Art
Sub-Genre: American / General, USA / State + Local / Southwest, Native American
Publisher: Arcadia Pub
Author: Rory O'neill Schmitt
Street Date: February 1, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-10-5836
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