National Geographic : 1955 Mar
4 Apache Gan Dancers * WILSON DEWEY (Apache) Men and boys with painted bodies, black masks, crownlike headdresses, and crossed sticks impersonate the Gan, spirit guardians of water, in a spectacular nightlong dance. Artist's abstract designs represent wind, water, sun, and stars. 1.ii i ii ' Horses Going into theCorral *LORENZO GARCIA (Pueblo) Wild horses prance into captivity's staked corral unmindful of the galling saddles and hard work ahead. The rider, from the artist's home pueblo ofSanto Domingo, turns his face away, for his village frowns on reproductions of the human form. ©Painting from the collection ofDorothy Dunn E, a.. ||[ i-^^ 9*^ ^B t a'