"B'ganaskiddy," by Kathy Watson

Our service mark is an artistic rendering of B'ganaskiddy, also known as the God of Plenty or of Harvest. In his hands he is holding the strings of a medicine bag in the shape of a weasel. The feathers on the left represent a deer skin bag containing seeds and medicine to cure the world. The artist Kathy Watson paints under the name Hozhoni, a Navajo word meaning happiness, oneness with the universe, right feeling, right thinking and arrival at a peaceful place. Conjoined with the name Hozhoni is a symbol that looks like a sun with dots under it (this symbol is used throughout Kathy's work).  The sun symbolizes prosperity, good things in life, optimism, spiritual power, and an adventurous attitude towards living.

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