Hoop Dancing is a show dance performed by many tribes across North America. But its origin is credited to a young Tony White Cloud of the Jemez Pueblo here in New Mexico around 1930. The hoop represents and honors the never-ending circle of life. We start at the end and end at the beginning in the same exact way for everyone. Modern hoop dancers can use 20 or more hoops during their dance. Originally a male-only dance form, women started competing in dance competitions in 1994. In 1997, a young Navajo woman won the Hoop Dance World Championship. This Hoop Dancer painting honors Native American women dancers and pays respect towards the sacredness of this dance.

One-of-a-kind 16 X 16 acrylic painting on natural wild turkey feathers.

Custom mounted using conservation and archival acid-free materials in an 20X24 double matted air tight shadow box window inside a 25 X 29 oak frame w/linen inlay and glass.

Price – $4,800

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