Ginew Facing East Wool Blanket

12.500,00 Kč 

  • Ginew Facing East Wool Blanket
  • Ginew Facing East Wool Blanket
  • Ginew Facing East Wool Blanket

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Ginew Facing East Wool Blanket

The latest collaboration with artist Dyani Whitehawk

New beginnings surround us...and we look within and to our teachings to hear the voices of inspiration that will guide us forward. Together, we are FACING EAST as we gaze upon what is next.

Artist Statement: "Our sun rises in the east. The Facing East blanket acknowledges ways that Lakota, and other Indigenous people, honor, and express gratitude for the gift of each new day. Embedded within this act of gratitude is a deep respect for, and appreciation of the many cycles and relationships that support life." ~ Dyani White Hawk

Dyani White Hawk (Sičáŋǧu Lakota) is a visual artist based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. White Hawk, a 2019 United States Artists Fellow, has work among public collections such as the Museum of Modern Art, Walker Art Center, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Museum.

Each blanket is proudly woven in NATIVE AMERICA - Oregon, USA by Pendleton® Wool Mills

It is customary in our communities to wrap a newly joined couple in a blanket to symbolize their union. The blanket colors represent the sacred day (sunrise and sunset palate) and wampum belt (purples), teachings which impart values to guide us in our life together. The lodges are in the shape of traditional Ojibwe and Oneida dwellings. The crest symbol fuses timeless symbols from each of our tribes, the dwelling (Ojibwe) and Skydome (Oneida). Together, the colors and symbols represent how we value our traditional beliefs in our home as we walk this journey of life together.

- 160x200cm (64" X 80")
- Woven by Pendleton® - OREGON, USA
- Pure virgin wool
- Un-napped, felt bound
- Custom suede patch


Made in USA


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