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Morningstar Studio  

Fine Wabanaki Arts by Jeanne Morningstar Kent

MOUNT KEARSAGE MUSEUM

Warner, New Hampshire

Woodland Chief's Head dress. Turkey feathers and beaver

pelt. Property of Mt. Kearsage Museum, Warner, NH.

Collection of Abenaki, Mohawk, MicMac and Penobscot

bags. Property of the Mt. Kearsage Museum, Warner, NH.

Model of Construction of a birch bark canoe. Property of the

Mt. Kearsage Museum, Warner, NH.

Fishnet with wooden handle and hand tied netting.

Collection of the Mt. Kearsage Museum, Warner, NH.

Examples of quilled boxes and quilling on a loom. MicMac.

Collection at the Mt. Kearsage Museum, Warner, NH.

Another beautiful example of MicMac quilling on boxes and loom.

Collection at the Mt. Kearsage Museum, Warner, NH.

One of many excellent examples of woodland birch bark

baskets inscribed with various designs depicting animal and

plant life. Collection of the Mt. kearsage Museum, Warner,

NH.

All photos and text copyrighted to Morningstar Studio

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Brand new book on Wabanaki art.  Release date July 28th, 2014.

Pre-order to guarantee your copy.  Order from my

Web Store, Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com or directly from History Press at  https://www.historypress.net/catalogue/bookstore/books/The-Visual-Language-of-Wabanaki-Art/9781626192331  Please consider posting a review of the book on the publisher's page by clicking "submit review" at the bottom of their page.

Affiliates





250 Albany Tpk., Canton, CT 06019

www.autumnlightstudio.com


Connecticut Commission on the Arts, Culture & Tourism

Artists' Image Gallery

http://www.ct.gov/cct/cwp/view.asp?a=3933&q=464362

Tamara Dimitri, 860-256-2720 or tamara.dimitri@ct.gov



                 

 

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