More than 100 exhibitors from California, New Mexico, Arizona, Oklahoma, Montana and Colorado will display artifacts and products in the final weekend of the American Indian Art Show, which continues through Sunday in Pasadena Center, 300 E. Green St.
Most of the handiwork on exhibit comes from the Navajo, Zuni, Santo Domingo, Cheyenne, Sioux and Apache tribes, according to Shirley Tappe, event organizer.
Items on display and for sale include Hopi kachina dolls, bottom left, clothing, rugs, hand-made Papago baskets and jewelry, bottom right.
At left, Mona Rybol of Hawthorne displays a ceramic bust adorned by pheasant and pigeon feathers. Above, Bill Stanford of Riverside gives the final polish to silver belt buckles.
The show attracted between 4,000 and 5,000 visitors last weekend, who examined the authentic artifacts and were entertained by the White Cloud Indian Dance Group.