“Since the late 1930’s the “Fancy Shawl Dancer” has been a favorite in competition dancing. The dance originated with the story of a beautiful butterfly who lost her mate. Grief stricken, she withdrew into her cocoon (her shawl).
Skipping from stone to stone, she vowed to travel the world looking for the perfect beauty. Once found, she could then start her life over.
I love to see the Shawl Dancers at the Pow Wows; their feet seem to fly over the ground like a butterfly in flight.” Susan Kliewer
“Fancy Shawl Dancer”
24″H x 27″W x 13″D
Winner of the Olaf Wieghorst Award at the 32nd Annual Contemporary Western Art Show & Sale held at the Mountain Oyster Club in Tucson, Arizona.
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