Guatemalan Embroidery In KC, Neanderthal Jewelry
The story of how a local art gallery curator, while on his honeymoon in Guatemala, came across the intricate embroidery work of Antonio Ramirez Sosof, a self-taught artist who used to be a lumberjack.
Plus, an encore presentation of how a KU professor discovered that Neanderthals adorned their bodies with eagle talon jewelry.
- Israel Garcia, Garcia Squared Contemporary
- David Frayer, Professor, Department of Anthropology at KU