Sewing the Seeds: 200 Years of Iroquois Glass Beadwork

In Corning, NY, at the Rockwell Museum of Western Art, is a 200 year retrospective of Haudenosaunee beadworkers, who created pieces of beadwork for the tourist trade.  There is only one picture of a pincushion (I’ve seen several pieces at a local museum, one piece here in an earlier blog entry), but there are more than 100 pieces on exhibit until October 4th.

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