Janwu-Shaman's Hat

Chilkat weaving by Courtney Lipson and carving by Scott Jensen. Traditional Native American weaving technique using thigh-spun and commercial merino wool yarns. (Janwu means "mountain goat" in the Tlingit language.) Available at Stonington Gallery in Seattle, WA. http://www.stoningtongallery.com/artwork_view.php?refer=search.php&searchTerm=janwu&archive=&artType=&topic=&page=&id=5057

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Comment by Claudia Rush on September 28, 2012 at 10:16am

This is beautiful.  I love it.

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