Minnesota Historical Society

Amethyst Dreamcatcher

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Beautiful, one-of-a-kind dream catcher hand-crafted by Cynthia Holmes.
  • Materials: red willow hoop, assorted fiber textile fringe, amethyst / magnesite / turquoise / metal / glass beads, artificial sinew
  • Size: 12"W x 13" L web, varying fringe lengths 9-16"

    Cynthia Holmes's vibrant personality shows through in each of her works. She draws upon her academic art education and cultural Ojibwe heritage to create unique and dynamic pieces, including jewelry, paintings, and 3-d mixed media artwork. 

    Ships from Mille Lacs Indian Museum. Allow 7-10 days for processing.

    Cynthia Holmes attended the Minneapolis College of Fine Art & Design, was a Fulbright scholar, and is a graduate of Rhode Island School of Design, She recently retired from over 25 years of teaching American Indian Art at the Fond Du Lac Tribal and Community College. Her tribal affiliations are White Earth Ojibwe and St. Croix Ojibwe. She currently resides in Edina, MN. 

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