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Object #2006-169/1
Object nameApron
Culture of OriginFilipino
TitleSalish Sunrise
Maker or ArtistSusan Pavel
MaterialsMountain Goat Wool, Dye, Yellow, Purple, Tan, Brown, Fur, Wolf, Felt, Black
TechniquesTwined, Dyed, Sewn, Fringed, Twisted
DimensionsW: 20.5 in, L: 19.5 in
Exhibit Label"In the Spirit of the Ancestors"-This is one of the few contemporary weavings made of mountain goat wool. The wool was gathered in the Olympic Mountains and colored with evergreen huckleberries, wolf moss, yellow cedar bark, and salal berries. Susan Pavel, was a student (and niece-in-law) of the late Skokomish leader, Subiyay - Bruce Miller, who founded the Northwest Native American Basketweavers Association.
SourceMs. Susan Pavel


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