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  • 1. Visual Arts Today
    • Chapter Twenty: Arts of the Pacific
    • and of the Americas
    Sarah Greening Elizabeth Galan Paola Quijada
  • 2. Pacific Cultures
  • 3. Duk Duk Maskers East New Britain, Papua New Guinea.
  • 4. Ahu Naunau Stone figures on Ahu Naunau, Anakena, Easter Island (Rapanui), Chile
  • 5. Feather Cloak Hawaii, Feathers. Fiber height 5’9” The British Museum, London.
  • 6.
    • Duk Duk Maskers
    • Deku Scrubs
    Deku Scubs first appeared in The Legends of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. They have a plant like body and have the ability to shoot deku nuts. The dukduk society belong to the Tolai people of New Britain. Their costume of leaves represent nature and natural order of things.
  • 7. Mesoamerica
  • 8. Colassal Head Olmec, 1500-300 B.C.E. Basalt, height c. 8’. Museo de Antropologia, Veracruz
  • 9. Pyramid of the Sun Teotichuacan, Mexcio, 50-200 C.E.
  • 10. Sarcophagus Lid From the temple of inscriptions, Palenque, Chiapas, Mexico. Maya, late Classic period, 684 C.E. Limestone
  • 11.
    • Pyramid of the Sun
    • St. Joseph’s Church
  • 12. North America
  • 13. Tabbed Skin Bag Ottawa Culture. Eastern Great Lakes, c. 1790, black dyed deerskin, New York State Historical Association
  • 14. Hide Painted with Scenes of Warfare Western Lakota Culture, North or South Dakota, c. 1880. Horsehide and pigments branded
  • 15. Bowl with Mountain Sheep Ceramic, Mimbres Peoples New Mexico, mid 9th–12th Century
  • 16.
    • Tabbed Skin Bag
    • Prada Deerskin Leather Fringe Bag
    Deerskin Leather , 2007 Ottawa Culture. Black-dyed deerskin Eastern Great Lakes, 1790