64 x 80 inches. Made in the USA from 82% wool/ 18% cotton. Napped and felt bound. Dry clean only. Woven by Pendleton Woolen Mills.
Pendleton Woolen Mills design information-
Four women draped in blankets are silhouetted against a brilliant sunset, in a colorful design by late artist and activist Apolonia Susana Santos. Atop their heads are Western-style hats; on their feet they wear moccasins and tooled boots. This USA-made blanket is presented in a robe (twin) size—perfect as a wall hanging or draped over a sofa. Reverses for two dramatically different looks. Part of our Legendary Collection, this design honors stories and symbols of Native American cultures. Each year a new collector’s blanket is added to the series.
Susana Santos (1954-2006) was a painter, serigrapher, sculptor, writer and activist of Tygh/Yakima ancestry. Her use of rich colors, textures and natural materials created vibrant landscapes that illuminated historic and contemporary Indigenous life. Susana’s art shows, writings, public speaking and theater-style marches encouraged Native youth to always “Remember who you are.”