Sand Paintings are a traditional art style used in ceremonies by Hatathli, or medicine man. In the 1920s, Hosteen Klah, a medicine man, from the Two Grey Hills area began weaving sand painting design into rugs to preserve the designs. The art style was passed down from Klah to his two daughters, Gladys and Irene Manuelito. Due to the highly intricate nature of the designs, few weavers create Sandpainting rugs.
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