Monthly Archives: April 2014

Longhair Kachina

  In Western culture, a man with long hair has often been thought of as a hippie, an anomaly in society who goes against the grain and to the beat of his own drum. In Native American culture, long hair has actually been the norm throughout history. Long, flowing locks were admired and respected.  … Continue Reading

Traditional Navajo Pitch Pottery

  For centuries Native Americans of the Southwest have cultivated their rich artistic traditions. Techniques have been honed and refined, practiced and passed down. Crafts conceived as utilitarian necessities have blossomed into extraordinary forms of creative expression. Today, Navajo pitch baskets and pitch pottery stand as a testament to this remarkable tradition of craftsmanship.  … Continue Reading