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A spare, lyrical text tells of the relationship of the Papagos people to their environment—“we share . . . we only share.” The paintings are dramatic and are reminiscent of the layers of colors found in sand paintings.
Illustrated with the designs found on prehistoric pottery from the American Southwest, this tribute to artifacts and those who used them evokes a reverence for an an cient way of life. The earth tones and prehistoric designs dignify the word images of the poetic text.