Mini Canvas Print
Gerald Dawavendewa (Hopi & Cherokee)
Laqana holds a pine cone full of pinons, a delicious seed that he gathered in the Grand Canyon, a sacred site to Hopi people located in Arizona. He wears warrior marks on his cheek and feathers on his head, representing his protective nature toward his colony and feisty behavior. His tail carries a germination symbol that shows the gathering of seeds also brings new plant growth. A butterfly flutters near him, a reminder of the blessings of rain. Near the pine cone is a journey spiral, a symbol of his travels within the Canyon.Measuring 6 inches square (15.24 cm square), these unique canvas artwork prints fit any decor. Gallery printed using fade and water-resistant ink on canvas with artwork on a wood frame with a hanger. The artwork includes information of the image, indigenous culture, and biography of the artist. A clear resealable envelope protects the mini canvas print.