A sandpainting, The Shooting Way Chant, "Holy Girl" by Robert Stevens. This ceremony is done during the 4 days and 5 nights. Description on back: An eagle feather is tied to her head. White line on her forehead denotes conscience and yellow chin line denotes corn pollen path. The red, yellow, gray and white on the body are the mists of the four winds. Arm streamers and sash belt are of rainbow and feet of black clouds. She carries a corn ear and a basket in her right hand. In her left hand are two eagle feathers with a rattle and a water jug. Rainbow bars on each side with feathers at the tips. Black bar at the bottom is the universe. The painting is all hand done out of polarized natural colored sand stones.
Robert Stevens is the grandson of the late Fred F. Stevens Jr.