This is the smallest of Victor Godines’s dreamcatchers. To make them, Victor wraps rawhide around a metal hoop that is 4 inches in diameter. He uses “artificial sinew” (a synthetic material designed to serve the purpose of the animal tendons or ligaments originally used) to wrap a web into the interior of the circular shape. Victor follows the custom by including a feather and a glass stone in his webs. Victor lives on the Warm Springs Reservation of Oregon. The feathers come from wild turkeys that people on the reservation use as food. The stones match the blue web that Victor in this dreamcatcher.
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