This symbolic Avanyu design adorns the walls of the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center's beautiful permanent exhibit, ‚"We Are of This Place: The Pueblo Story.‚" Now, you can take home a visual piece of the Pueblo story with this casual yet fashionable hat.
The Avanyu represents the water serpent who controls rain and storms, and the importance of water to indigenous desert cultures. Symbols are a powerful element of human life and communication. While some images and patterns are purely decorative, others hold significance that is deeply intertwined with a people's sense of the world and their identity in it.
From petroglyphs to pottery and beyond, Pueblo tradition is rich in symbols whose meanings can be as layered and diverse as the region's history. We honor these symbols and the people who created them by honoring what they signify, and conscientiously including them in respectful designs.
Made of ultra light polyester for performance this cap is unstructured with max curve visor and flip and grip closure, one size fits most.