Blog post picked up by Indian Country Today

On Halloween, the Indian Country Today Media Network picked up my blog post about a Halloween-themed rug in the Indian Arts and Crafts Board Headquarters collection at the National Museum of the American Indian.

“Measuring smaller than 6 by 5 inches, the rug shows a trick-or-treating scene. Baskets in hand, children dressed as a ghost, witch, and pumpkin-man approach a house and hogan to ask for candy. Along with haystacks in front of the hogan, Begay wove a black cat and jack-o’-lantern perched on the fence in the foreground and framed the entire composition with a brown serrated border.”