Kumeyaay basketweaver Janet Salazar Carrillo poses with her three children, Luis Serrato Salazar, Jose Garcia Salzar, and Eva Garcia Salazar.

The children are holding miniature acorn storage baskets woven by Janet with fresh willow. The willow repels the insects that bore into the acorns. Janet is holding two coiled juncus gift baskets. The basket on the left was woven in 199x and the basket on the right was woven in 200x. The basket on the right has two deer woven with red/brown basal juncus.

To buy purchase this Kumeyaay Indian artist's authentic San Jose de la Zorra Kumeyaay Indian baskets basketry, her traditional arts and crafts, please visit the Shumup Ko Hup "Dream Come True" Indian store in Old Town State Historic Park, San Diego, California.

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