Blanco Canyon Dinetah Gallery

The masked horned phallic hoop dancer in the center of the panel may be holding a dance wand or rattle in his right hand. The solid circle on the right is attached to the circle on the left by a solid continuous line. The circles likely represent the sun and moon. The image on the left is wearing a manta and probably is female.  Navajo Gobernador Representational Style.  Panel has been vandalized since this photo was taken. Just below the circle on the left is the star pattern of Ursa Major (Big Dipper) also called Revolving Male by the Navajo. Also below the right foot of the hoop dancer is the star pattern Pleiades.