12 Ronnie Leigh Goeman

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Until such time Legacy of Excellence artists Ann Mitchell, Ronnie-Leigh  Goeman and others will continue to carry on this proud, now precious  tradition.

Until such time Legacy of Excellence artists Ann Mitchell, Ronnie-Leigh Goeman and others will continue to carry on this proud, now precious tradition.

"When I weave a basket, I share the living past of my people. I am able to  pass on a traditional art form, as well as the stories of those who came ...

"When I weave a basket, I share the living past of my people. I am able to pass on a traditional art form, as well as the stories of those who came .

Native Art Market 2014: Ronni Leigh and Stonehorse Goeman | Newsdesk

Contemporary Black Ash Basket -- Artists: Ronni-Leigh & StoneHorse Goeman (Onondaga/Seneca) -- Photo courtesy of the National Museum of the American Indian, Washington, DC.

Ronni-Leigh Goeman, Onondaga, baskets on display at the Santa Fe Indian Market in Santa Fe, NM Saturday, August 20, 2011. The baskets are made from black ash, sweet grass, moose hair and porcupine quills. (Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal)

CNY Artist Highlight: Iroquois Artist Ronni-Leigh Goeman

Ronni-Leigh Goeman, Onondaga, baskets on display at the Santa Fe Indian Market in Santa Fe, NM Saturday, August 20, 2011. The baskets are made from black ash, sweet grass, moose hair and porcupine quills. (Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal)

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