Indian Basketry Artists of the Southwest: Deep Roots, New Growth
Exploring the history and the current renaissance of basket making in the Native American Southwest, this lavishly illustrated volume features the work and words of the contemporary basket makers that participated in a Convocation at the School of American Research. The basket makers range in age from twenty-one to eighty-two and represent the Akimel O'odham, Apache, Hopi, Navajo, Pueblo, and Tohono O'odham tribes.
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Foreword by Kevin Navasie Facilitator
Series Introduction by Duane Anderson
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Abigail Kaursgowva Akimel O'odham American Research Andrew Hunter Andrew Hunter Whiteford Annie Antone Arizona Arts Research Center Basket Dances basket makers basketry Black Dine burden baskets cattail cattail stem coiled baskets Coiled Jar Coiled Tray coils and foundation color commercial dyes Convocation basket cornmeal Courtesy creative date unknown devil's claw diameter dune broom gathering groups Height Hohokam horsehair Indian Arts Research Jemez Jicarilla Apache Joseph Gutierrez katsina Kevin Navasie Lorraine Black martynia Mary Holiday Black Mexico MNM neg Molly Pesata mother Museum Navajo basket Navajo Nation Photo piiki Pimas plant dyes pottery Rabbit brush red-willow baskets Remalda Lomayestewa Rikki Francisco Rio Grande Pueblo Sally Black Santa Clara Pueblo School of American Second Mesa Southwest Southwestern Indian Baskets stitch Sumac coils technique Third Mesa Hopi three-lobed sumac Tohono O'odham traditional twentieth century twined villages warp water jar wedding basket weft Western Apache yucca Yucca coils yucca root