Medicine Women

Medicine Women

Book - 1993
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In Native American tradition a person's medicine is that which brings her power, teaches lessons, and in turn empowers. Medicine women are dispensers of power, instruments of healing, keepers of tradition, and teachers to us all. Through Patricia Wyatt's captivating paintings we encounter the spirit of medicine women -- dispensers of power, instruments of healing, keepers of tradition, and teachers to all. A passionate book of enduring beauty and insight, Medicine Women is a favorite of Patricia Wyatt fans as well as all appreciators of the Native American cultures of the Southwest.
Publisher: Rohnert Park, Calif. : Pomegranate Artbooks, c1993.
ISBN: 9781566405980
156640598X
Branch Call Number: 759. 13 WYA F
Characteristics: 93 p. : col. ill.
Additional Contributors: Wyatt, Patricia

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