Kim Stinsman-Ward's Profile
Native American culture and the "old ways" teach me that the circle is of great importance, is Sacred and to be respected. It represents the never ending cycle of life in all living things. The drum, the circle around the fire, dream catchers, the Medicine Wheel, planets (at full face), you might think of many other things that are circles.
I have been to a lot of places in my lifetime, traveled near and far. I have been away from my city of birth and the family circle there for many years only to find myself cycling back to that place, it is time to go home, a place I thought I would never be again. Great Spirit had other plans.
Grandpop lived across the street from us in the house where he was born and died. I visited he and my grandmother and 2 Uncles very often and he introduced me to art when I was just a little person, probably…
- Born on April 1
- Joined August 13, 2007
- Kim Stinsman-Ward
- Moorestown-Lenola, NJ, United States