contact us

Use the form on the right to contact us.

Add me to you mailing list

44 Gypsy Ln
Bennington, Vermont, 05201
United States


The Bennington Center for the Arts boasts seven large galleries which are home to temporary exhibitions by many of the finest representational artists from around the country, as well as an extensive collection of wildlife art, paintings by Eric Sloane and detailed wooden bird carvings by Floyd Scholz. In addition, The Bennington Center for the Arts houses a covered bridge museum, a collection of Native American artifacts and art works, studio space, and a lovely 320 seat theater equipped with a world class Fazioli piano.


- A selection of books from The Bennington's shop -

The shop features over fifty titles relating to the artists and exhibits on display; contact the shop at 802-442-7158 for more information.   

Book of the Hopi - Frank Waters

book of hopi cov.jpg
book of hopi 1.jpg
book of hopi cov.jpg
book of hopi 1.jpg

Book of the Hopi - Frank Waters



Add to Cart

The Secrets of the Hopi

"Road of Life"

In this strange and wonderful book, thirty elders of the ancient Hopi tribe of Northern Arizona - A people who regard themselves as the first inhabitants of Arizona - freely reveal the Hopi worldview for the first time in written form. The Hopi kept this view a secret for countless centuries, and anthropologists have long struggled to understand it. Now they record their myths and legends, and the meaning of their religious rituals and ceremonies, as a gift to future generations. Here is a reassertion of a rhythm of life we have disastrously tired to ignore and instincts we have tragically repressed; and a reminder that we must attune ourselves to the need for inner change if we are to avert a cataclysmic rupture between our minds and hearts.


Drawings and Source Material Recorded by Oswald White Bear Fredericks


"Deeply steeped in Hopi mysticism...Combine(s) Hopi art,

history, tradition, myth, folklore, and ceremonialism with dignity

and authority...Deserves to be part of the library of any

student of the American Southwest."

- American Anthropologist