Sand Painting

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A component of Navajo medicine which is meant to address the spiritual cause of illness
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Perhaps he was one of the visitors at the official opening in August: 'I first witnessed sand paintings at the Yuendumu museum, which was secret to women and children, in August 1971' (Bardon and Bardon 2004:21).
From Neff's perspective, contrasting a video of Pollock at work on a canvas with that of a Navajo Indian crafting a sand painting makes absolute artistic sense.
the Navajo also make sand paintings to sell to tourists
Many of the patterns in Sand Painting are whimsical, featuring such design elements as cacti and chili peppers.
The mandala sand painting begins with an opening ceremony, during which the Lamas consecrate the site and call forth the forces of goodness.
Some of the students even got to practice the painstaking art of sand painting on a mini mandala they designed around the school's insignia.
Popular in South India, especially Tamil Nadu, kolam is a kind of sand painting, which is drawn using rice powder and is said to bring prosperity to homes.
Displayed on a monitor next to a documentary of a Navajo sand painting ritual are the famous films of Pollock's painting process, inspired by sand painting.
With them she studied landscape, sand painting of pictographs and petroglyphs as well as portraiture.
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LOVE", the media preview started with Italian style sand painting and modern dance.
And one lady came in with a sand painting, hoping that writing `This Side Up' on the box would ensure that it wouldn't be shifted around.