‘The lifestyle that we live’
Artists talk about their work at September Festival
By Krista Allen
Western Agency Bureau
SHONTO, Ariz., Sept. 18, 2014
(Times photos - Krista Allen)
TOP: Skool Boy Kook’s front man Nolan Karras from Piñon performed on Saturday at the
Eddie Shootinglady Pavilion during the September Festival in Shonto, Ariz.
MIDDLE: Contemporary artist Randall J. Wilson presented an abstract piece from his
depression series on Saturday during the September Art and Harvest Festival in
Shonto, Ariz. Wilson says we all suffer from depression and one day his
despondency happened to be for an entire year. “I did that one time and started
drawing all kinds of weird stuff.”
Former Cameron Chapter President Ed Singer uses chalk to draw Navajo Code Talker
Samuel Holiday from Agathla Peak, Ariz. on Saturday during the September Art and
Harvest Festival in Shonto, Ariz.
andall J. Wilson squinted while Baje Whitethorne Sr. finished
up another masterpiece. Some artists, like Ed Singer, sat under the trees to
Everyone at the September Festival looked happy on Saturday afternoon – perfect
weather for experiencing art and music.
Set in Shonto Canyon, the autumn festival brought together at least a dozen
outstanding artists and musicians such as Elizabeth Whitethorne-Benally and
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