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The Sweet Smell of Home free pdf A self-taught artist in several mediums who became known for stippling, Leonard Chana captured the essence of the Tohono Oodham people. He incorporated subtle details of Oodham life into his art, and his images evoke the smells, sounds, textures, and tastes of the Sonoran desert, ll the while depicting the values of his people. He began his career by creating cards and soon was lending his art to posters and logos for many community-based Native organizations. Winning recognition from these groups, his work was soon actively sought by them. Chana's work also appears on the covers and as interior art in a number of books on southwestern and American Indian topics. The Sweet Smell of Home is an autobiographical work, written in Chana's own voice that unfolds through oral history interviews with anthropologist Susan Lobo. Chana imparts the story of his upbringing and starting down the path toward a career as an artist. Balancing humor with a keen eye for cultural detail, he tells us about life both on and off the reservation.Eighty pieces of art?26 in colorgrace the text, and Chana explains both the impetus for and the evolution of each piece. Leonard Chana was a people's artist who celebrated the extraordinary heroism of common people's lives. The Sweet Smell of Home now celebrates this unique artist whose words and art illuminate not only his own remarkable life, but also the land and lives of the Tohono Oodham people

About Leonard F. Chana

Leonard Chana was born in 1950 and passed away in 2004. Susan Lobo works for Native community organizations in the United States and Latin America and is the author of" Urban Voices: The Bay Area American Indian Community" and "A House of My Own," also published by the University of Arizona Press. Barbara Chana is a licensed therapist and a frequent presenter on the dynamics of Native families and substance abuse. She and Leonard Chana were married for 23 years."

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Author : Leonard F. Chana
Publisher : University of Arizona Press
Data Published : 15 June 2009
ISBN : 0816528187
EAN : 9780816528189
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 176 pages
Age + : 0-1 years
Language : English
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