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In this blanket pattern, a horse gallops through a Lakota village of traditional tepees at sunrise, while a geometric Morning Sun greets the dawn over each dwelling. The Lakota word for horse is Sunka Wakan or "Holy Dog," a symbol that stands for strength and unity. This wool blanket was designed by Native American artist by Chelysa Owens-Cyr, and is crafted from start to finish at our Pendleton, Oregon, mill, for quality you can count on.
Created exclusively for the American Indian College Fund, a nonprofit organization that helps fund scholarships for Native American students and tribal colleges. Your purchase helps support their honorable mission.
- 64" x 80
- Unnapped; fabric is left uncombed for left uncombed for sharper pattern definition
- Felt binding
- 82% pure virgin wool/18% cotton
- Fabric woven in our American mills
- Dry clean
- Made in USA
About the artist:
Chelysa Owens-Cyr (Fort Peck Assiniboine & Dakota Sioux/Pasqua First Nations Cree) is an artist from Montana’s Fort Peck Indian Reservation. As a College Fund scholar, she studied Business Administration at Fort Peck Community College. She is a self-taught contemporary ledger artist, beader, graphic designer, and painter, influenced by her family and culture. “I work with many mediums to share my personal teachings, beliefs, stories, and visions with the people.”