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From The Nuevo Inca Collection

The Navaho were warriors, men of extreme pride in their being. And they drew strong male gods,

in sand, as a reminder of who they were supposed to be. This could had been a specific deity,

or a cultural figurine; that history is lost to time.


We find that sort of sense of projection of culture and beliefs on to art the basis for our existence.

We live for meaning through artistic expressions, and we are clearly fascinated by this motif.

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