29 Oct '11, 2pm

@EmilyKinskey aka Feather - I thought you might find this useful....

I stumbled onto this site looking up how to make a “traditional” warbonnet. But after reading these comments to the post, and seeing how much turbulence behind such a subject is making me re-think the whole idea in general. I wanted to be creative, and use everything around me to make a beautiful piece of art. The fact of the matter is that people need to respect artwork if it is meant for creativity, while keeping in mind of political issues, but is artwork really going to make an impression if it is so sensitive to everybodys needs? If i make this piece of artwork, I cannot call it a headdress, for that would be disrespectful, and I cannot call it a warbonnet, for that is even more disrespectful. But if I want to be an artist, I should call it what I want because it is mine, correct? It doesn’t belong to any Natives, and is not going to be used in ceremonies, and isn’t s...

Full article: http://www.ecouterre.com/make-a-diy-feathered-headdress-b...

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