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The Splendor of the Native American Art You Wouldn't Want to Miss by Eden C





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If you have ever been into an American Indian Arts Marketplace, then you surely have the idea of what it’s like to be surrounded with a glamour that only the Native Americans can create. In some parts of America, several gatherings and exhibitions are splendidly organized to showcase the beauty of the American Indian Art.

As interesting as it sounds, people from various age groups and geographical locations can’t help but be constantly mesmerized by the grandeur that the American Indian culture possesses. No wonder that it has not only become an important subject in the latest fashion swing, but also has become a source of inspiration for other cultures. After all, it is always admiring to look back into one’s historical origin and show appreciation for its artistry.

So what sets the Native American Art apart from other forms of creative displays? What makes them unique and totally valuable?

The elegance of Indian headdresses

We all know that Indian headdresses or war bonnets are a very famous figure of cultural identity for the natives. These headdresses do not only manifest beauty in its structure but more importantly, in their cultural significance.

History dictates that Indian headdresses used to be symbols of good faith and courage for the natives. Long before, only great warriors and chieftains were allowed to own one so seeing a headdress worn by a native means that the person had conquered numerous battles and hardships.

Normally an Indian Headdress is made up of feathers plucked from an eagle, a bird that is considered sacred for the natives as it is perceived like the god of the skies.

The creative construction of American Indian handmade crafts

Aside from Indian headdresses, countless handmade products are also magnificently displayed in the American market. If you hover your eyes from left to right over these creative displays, figures of carefully crafted ornaments that can be used at home or as an accessory speak of the brilliance of American Indian art. Normally, they make use of the remains of sacred animals such as that of the eagles, buffalos, or cows to create accessories, decorations, and other forms of religious emblems.

Apart from these beautiful handmade crafts, other handmade products include sculptures and pottery, jewelry and textiles, carvings and beadworks.

The Native Americans strongly believe that nature and every living part of it is divine. Hence, it is explicitly reflected in the way they soulfully shape their handmade crafts. That is why for most natives, beauty is only of secondary importance. Because of their spiritual nature, their works of art became just as powerful. Perhaps, that’s one of the reasons why a lot of people are drawn to them.

Needless to say, beauty is always correlative to art. But to add cultural and historical significance to any work of art is an astounding gift to humankind. And as far as the American Indian culture is concerned, their showcasing of a unique blend of creativity proves to be something that we shouldn’t miss in our lifetime.

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