Kanien’kehá:ka Towel

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  • ColoringBook embroidered cotton towels are a great way to collect art!
  • presented here is "Kanien’kehá:ka" by Artist Kelly J 
  • from the artist herself:

"This art shows a Fancy shawl dancer resembling a   butterfly. The shawl gives the dance its name and is a fringed, colorful, beaded traditional women’s blanket that extends over the length of the dancer’s wingspan.

I love my heritage and am proud to have first nations blood. I love how we are connected to life, each other, nature and animals. I love how strong our bond is with family and how deeply we love. I connect to our beliefs that go way back to the beginning of time. I am Kanien’kehá:ka (Mohawk in english) Haudenosaunee (Iroquois in english, people of the Longhouse) Ohkwari' (Bear Clan in english) We are Keepers of the Eastern Door"

 
  • dancer is machine embroidered in black thread on white cotton canvas and has aqua hair ornaments as a detail
  • title and artist's name are  included on a logo on the opposite end
  • 100% cotton fabric, made in the USA
  • about 12.5" x 23"
  • machine wash and dry, press if desired
  • wrinkles will soften over time with use and laundering
  • photos include one of the original artwork
  • fabric accepts paint well and you can paint your towel or use it as is
  • painting instructions included; here is a video example:https://youtu.be/yP6KEO0ZOVs

          

             

 

                     

 

 

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