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“Many of the Pueblos share in the same types of ceremonies. The summer Corn Dance begins in the privacy of the Kiva where the super naturals bestow promises. When the time is right, the dance moves outside to the Plaza.

Taking the dance into the light of day, the promises made in the Kiva for the germination and growth of the crops are made known to the world through the song and gesture of the dancer.  Here, a Santa Clara child through her rhythm and movement is “Bringing the Buds to Life.”   John Coleman

 

 

“Bringing The Buds To Life”
John Coleman
Bronze – 20″ H x 8″ W x 7″ D
#17/35
$9,900

 

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John Coleman Bringing The Buds To Life Native American Indian girl dance dancer western bronze sculpture

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This painting was exhibited in “The Fifty Year Round-Up, Cowboy Artists of America 50th Anniversary Year” at the Sedona Art Center, Sedona, Arizona – July 18 through August 2, 2015.


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