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Heyoka Merrifield

Full Name: Heyoka Merrifield
Number of Works: 10
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ISBN: 0945122012, 9780945122012
Keywords: sacred, earth, art
Pages: 144
Published: 1994
  • Rating: 60%

Merrifield shares the story of his dance with the creative fires and the archetypal messengers of the universe through his jewelry and sculpture. Illustrated with 80 color photographs, Sacred Art Sacred Earth covers thirty-five years of Merrirield's art, taking readers behind his work to the center of the man and his relationship to the Earth, ritual, ceremony and his true spiritual teacher, Nature.
ISBN: 0945122039, 9780945122036
Keywords: temple, earth, painted
Pages: 184
Published: 2002

In this second volume of the White Buffalo Woman Trilogy, Heyoka Merrifield transports us back to ancient Europe as a mythical tribe of hunter-gatherers is forced on an odyssey away from Gaia's land and into the New World. Painted Earth Temple reveals the rites and rituals of a culture of antiquity showing us that their traditions have never been more pertinent than in today's modern age. The Native American saga continues in Lying Down Mountain, the volume in the trilogy.
ISBN: 1582701520, 9781582701523
Keywords: temple, earth, painted
Pages: 176
Published: 2007
ISBN: 1416562370, 9781416562375
Keywords: wisdom, eyes
Pages: 128
Published: 2006
ISBN: 0945122047, 9780945122043
Keywords: mountain, lying
Pages: 192
Published: 2005
ISBN: 1450058205, 9781450058209
Keywords: song, mother, ocean
Pages: Unknown
Published: 2010
ISBN: 0945122020, 9780945122029
Keywords: wisdom, eyes
Pages: 104
Published: 1997
  • Rating: 40%

White Buffalo Woman came to the High Plains to bring the peace pipe to the Native Americans, and initiated them in the Way of the Sacred Pipe. In Eyes of Wisdom, Heyoka Merrifield, internationally acclaimed artist and author, makes magic once again with an enchanting story based on this ancient legend. He tells of Owl, the young man who first met White Buffalo Women. As the sacred pipe unfolds the spiritual nature of his tribe, Owl becomes apprentice to Grandmother Eyes of Wisdom. Drawing from several versions of the legend of White Buffalo Women as well as from his own experiences, Heyoka off