Nature Inspired Sensory Bottles
Nature Inspired Sensory Bottles can be used for safe no mess safe sensory play, a teaching aid, a time out tool, and to help children (and adults) calm down and unwind. They are also the perfect way for babies and toddlers to safely investigate natural items without the risk of choking on them. DIY Calm Down Jar | Nature Discovery Bottle
He Nupa Wanica/ Joseph No Two Horns | Horse Effigy | Hunkpapa Lakota (Teton Sioux) | The Met
Joseph No Two Horns (He Nupa Wanica). Horse Effigy, ca. 1880. South Dakota State Historical Society, Pierre (1974.002.122) | This work is featured in our “Plains Indians: Artists of Earth and Sky” exhibition on view through May 10, 2015. #PlainsIndians #horses
Krishna Kills Aghasura
One of the many demons Krishna defeats during his childhood and youth is Aghasura, who assumes the form of an enormous serpent. With Aghasura’s open mouth stretching from the earth to the clouds, the cowherds of Krishna’s village mistake him for a mountain cave, and enter with their cattle. Krishna, recognizing Aghasura for the demon he is, follows them in, then increases his own size, choking the creature and bursting through its skull. Here, the yellow-robed, blue-skinned Krishna is…
Nyapanyapa Yunupingu: Once Upon a Time, 2008
Nyapanyapa’s paintings—natural earth pigments on bark—are unique for paintings from the Yirrkala region in their energetic roughness and elemental wildness. They are openly playful even in the use of symmetries.