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WELCOME TO SHI YAZHI SAGE GALLERY & STUDIO Quick View Winter's Healing giclee print Price $150.00 Quick View Winter's Healing Price $160.00 Quick View Winter's Healing Price $180.00 Quick View "You Called?" giclee print Price $150.00 Quick View Winter's Healing giclee print Price $150.00 Quick View Winter's Healing Price $160.00 Quick View Winter's Healing Price $180.00 Quick View "You Called?" giclee print Price $150.00 Quick View Winter's Healing giclee print Price $150.00 Quick View Winter's Healing Price $160.00 NATIVE AMERICAN OWNED Old Town's Best Secret Shi Yazhi Sage Gallery & Studio is owned and operated by Daniel A. Walters (Navajo / Pawnee / Otoe-Missouria). Established in 2018, you can find Daniel and Gert's original works and the work of select artists. Feel free to stop in and talk with both artists at the studio gallery. The “Winter’s Healing” painting series is Daniel's most popular work; they have found homes all over the world. These paintings depict various versions of the Navajo effigy ‘Yei’ set before a winter background. Each painting includes a blue bird representing the link between spiritual and physical worlds, and the entire image represents future blessings. CONTACT US Name Email Subject Message Submit Thanks for submitting! Subscribe For Email Specials and Information Join Thanks for subscribing! Shi Yahzi Sage Gallery & Studio 323 Romero Street Northwest Suite 6 Albuquerque, NM 87104 505.506.2543 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Winter's Healing | Shi Yazhi Sage
Winter's Healing Basis The Winter’s Healing painting series by Daniel A. Walters is based in the traditional healing concept of the Navajo. The imagery usually consists of a spiritual figure, called “Yei”, set before a collection of aspen trees, misty clouds and a blue bird. Yei are also referred to as the “Holy People” of the Navajo. The term “Yei-Bi-Chei” is a man portraying a Yei. The YeiBiChei or Night Chant ceremony is a healing rite used by the Navajo during the winter months. Healing through the Night Chant involves all aspects of the patients life; health, family, financial, etc. The Paintings Walters illustrates the idea of Yei, a spiritual being. There are no human physical characteristics attached to the Yei in the painting. The Yei is donned in a mask above a wreath of spruce branches about the neck and a blanket that drapes into the background. Attached to the mask is a hollowed out gourd to create the beak of the mouth, long hair and symbolic designs are painted on the mask. The Yei has at least two eagle feathers attached to back of the mask. The Yei carries a large gourd rattle in his right hand and a cluster of sage in the left. The Meaning The mask is painted with a corn stalk in center with 5 ears. The corn represents man and woman, according to the Navajo Creation Story people were created from white and yellow corn; the 5 ears represent the fingers of the hand. The zig zag lines represent the clouds which bring water in the form of rain to nourish the corn. The entire figure represent the spiritual healing present and the blue bird is the link between the spiritual and physical. It is important to understand that the Winter’s Healing painting is not an actual representation of the Night Chant, and it is not to be used as an interpretation of the complex and quantified ceremonial rite. It is the artist’s personal experience he wishes to share. The Personification As a young child walking to school, Walters experienced a Yei among a cluster trees. This is the inspiration for the paintings.
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