Sabaku Artwear celebrates the Desert Southwest with designs by Tucson artist Nancy Lenches.
The ancient Native American Pueblo People cultural group centered in the present-day Four Corners area of the United States, is often referred to in archeology as the Anasazi. The word Anasazi is Navajo for “Ancient Ones” or “Ancient Enemy”.
The Anasazi recorded their culture and history in the many petroglyphs and pictographs they carved and painted onto the cliffs where they made their home. Much of the art was of shamans. The shamans went into altered states of consciousness to communicate with the spirit world. The deities or spirits were understood to be both present and amenable, which allowed the shamans, through rituals and incantations, to petition them for help with their mundane problems, like improving the weather or curing illness.
Large motif on front, smaller motif on back. Color: Denim.
Large approximately 29" long and 22" wide at the under arm.
100% Cotton. Garment dyed to achieve a washed appearance. All are preshrunk. Made in the USA.