In this blanket pattern, a horse gallops through a Lakota village of traditional teepees at sunrise, while a geometric Morning Sun greets the dawn over each dwelling. The Lakota word for horse is Sunka Wakan or "Holy Dog," a symbol that stands for strength and unity. This wool blanket was designed by Native American artist by Chelysa Owens-Cyr, and is crafted from start to finish at our Pendleton, Oregon, mill, for quality you can count on.
Created exclusively for the American Indian College Fund, a nonprofit organization that helps fund scholarships for Native American students and tribal colleges.
- 64" x 80
- Unnapped; fabric is left uncombed for left uncombed for sharper pattern definition
- Felt binding
- 82% pure virgin wool/18% cotton
- Fabric woven in our American mills
- Dry clean
- Made in USA
About the artist
Chelysa Owens-Cyr (Fort Peck Assiniboine and Dakota Sioux/Pasqua First Nations Cree) is an artist from Montana's Fort Peck Indian Reservation. As a College Fund scholar, she studies Business Administration at Fort Peck Community College. She is a self-taught contemporary ledger artist, beader, graphic designer and painter, influenced by her family and culture.
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