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This is a coin purse.
The coin purse is imprinted with the artwork titled “Blue Corn.” The coin purse can be used for coins or other small items. The coin purse has a zipper on the top. The artwork is on imprinted on both sides of the coin purse. The shape of the coin purse is rectangle.
The coin purse is made from scuba foam material. There is a zipper also sewn to the top of the coin purse.
The coin purse is 5 inches by 3 inches.
- Blue Corn; Medium: Acrylic Paint, C.2012
Corn in Navajo Tradition is important. Navajo people use blue corn for a food called blue corn mush. It is sort of like a hot cereal. The painting is monochromatic blue in Yei (Holy People) form.
Lajasta Wauneka is an award winning Navajo (Dine) artist. She is from Fort Defiance Arizona. Her main style is the rendering of Navajo Dieties (Yei) into her artwork. She has been an artist for most of her life following in the footsteps of her brothers and father.
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