Native American Indian Navajo Sand Painting - Framed Sandpainting - Kachina Design
Navajo Sand Painting mounted in Oak Frame by Navajo artist Gloria Nez. Kachina Design.
Navajo Sandpaintings are called "places where the gods come and go" in the Navajo language.
Size: Painting is 3" x 3", with frame 5" x 5" (hanging hardware included)
Collector card included.
Sand Paintings: Navajo people believe the universe to be delicately balanced. Only humans can upset it, causing disaster and/or illness. When this happens, a medicine mane must restore the natural balance. Balance is restored in the universe by healing the offender with chants, herbs, prayers, songs, and sand paintings.
Native American Sand Paintings are a symbol of both Native American culture and continued artistry. Your purchase directly supports Navajo artisans and helps to keep this art form alive!
We support the arts and aim to spread beauty and abundance with kindness and integrity. ~ And The Crow
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