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Native Amrican Indian Design. The border can represent a landscape or horizon, or man/woman, or night/day etc. The feathers represent creative force and the sun face center represent the life giver. All together this symbol can represent all that is good and a symbol of freindship. This file is all on one layer ads easy to change or edit. the feathers are not attached, i have included the white and black version as well if you need that.

Santa Fe, NM, USA: Hopi artist Brendan Kayquoptewa paints his carved Kachina dolls at the 2017 Santa Fe Indian Market. The market, now in its 96th year, is spread out around the historic Santa Fe Plaza, showcasing North American Indigenous arts and culture. More than 900 artists from hundreds of tribes participate in the two-day event; visitors number about 100,000.

Santa Fe, NM, USA - August 21, 2016: Hopi artist Loren Phillips with his Kachina doll carvings at the 2016 Santa Fe Indian Market. The market, now in its 95th year, is spread out all around the historic Santa Fe Plaza, showcasing North American Indigenous arts and culture. About 1,000 artists from 220 tribes participate in the two-day event; visitors number about 175,000.

Santa Fe, NM, USA - August 21, 2016: Hopi artist Loren Phillips with his Kachina doll carvings at the 2016 Santa Fe Indian Market. The market, now in its 95th year, is spread out all around the historic Santa Fe Plaza, showcasing North American Indigenous arts and culture. About 1,000 artists from 220 tribes participate in the two-day event; visitors number about 175,000.

Santa Fe, NM, USA: Hopi artist Arthur Holmes showing his carved Kachina dolls to tourists at the 2017 Santa Fe Indian Market. The market, now in its 96th year, is spread out around the historic Santa Fe Plaza, showcasing North American Indigenous arts and culture. More than 900 artists from hundreds of tribes participate in the two-day event; visitors number about 100,000.

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