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Allan Houser. Sacred Rain Arrow. This monumental piece depicts a young Apache warrior shooting his arrow towards heaven with the hope of carrying a prayer for rain to the Spirit World. Houser represents the strength, dignity, beauty and spirituality of his people. Sacred Rain Arrow was the centerpiece of the Olympic Village at the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, welcoming 3,500 athletes and officials from 80 nations.

Mary Trujillo, Cochiti Pueblo (New Mexico, United States), b. 1937, Male Storyteller, 2005 - now at the Lowe Art Museum Exhibit: Sacred Stories, Timeless Tales: Mythic Traditions in World Art

Painting, by Awa Tsireh (1898-1955), San Ildefonso Pueblo, depicting a pueblo dancer wearing deer horn headdress. No date for this work.

Cliff Fragua, Jemez Pueblo

Art by Cecil Youngfox

R.C. Gorman "Tulip Tree"

R.C. Gorman

{totems} Korean figures that ward off the evil spirits from a village

Luke Marston (Coast Salish), First Woman


The Spirit of Haida Gwaii, Jade Canoe, Bill Reid - Vancouver International Airport YVR, Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. | by Myles Green

Ancestral Pride - Contemporary Canadian Native, Inuit & Aboriginal Art - Bearclaw Gallery


natural baskets constructed from bark and intricately colored with natural pigments are by Aboriginal craftsmen.

Tiwi Mortuary Basket, Australia | 'tunga' | Natural earth pigments on eucalyptus bark | Collected 1950s at Bathhurst/Melville Island

Aboriginal Bark Baskets

Coffee basket, Sudan, dyed plant fiber leather, ca. 1905

Africa | Basket from Egypt or Sudan | Plant fiber, hide and pigment | ca. 1919

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Chetimacha Baskets Native People Photogravure by SurrendrDorothy, via Flickr

Squamish Nation Youth Pow Wow 2010 Native Dance in Full Regalia at Capilano Indian Reserve Park, Grand Entry Dance

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Nez Perce Indian, Washington, 1899

A basket weaver photographed in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa | © Lauren Barkume