One of the major strengths of Native American artistry is the foundation of traditions laid down by decades and even centuries of family and tribal teachings. Methods and techniques are passed from father to son, from mother to daughter, and slowly refined and improved by experimentation. The traditions are important in that they contain the stories and practices of each tribe, and are carefully repeated so that future generations can learn.
Today Native American artists are pushing the boundaries of design, yet staying true to their cultural heritage and traditions. This artistic tension emerges in innovations in pottery of the American Southwest.
30 pages of text and full cover photos with a soft cover.
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