Gerald Dawavendewa (Hopi & Cherokee)
Four hummingbirds swirl into the four directions, flying above a field of sunflowers. For the Hopi people, hummingbirds symbolize moisture and prayers for the flourishing of crops and the blooming of the earth's plants. The hummingbirds are related to the sun, the sunflowers, and the rainbow. They gather the nectar of the plants that grow from the sun and their feathers represent the colors of the rainbow which bring moisture to the earth.
Printed on heavy-gloss card stock measuring 5 by 7 inches (12.7 by 17.78 cm) when folded, our smudge-, fade-, and water-resistant ink ensures its lasting quality. Includes an explanation of the artwork, details about the indigenous culture that inspired it, and a biography of the artist, plus a resealable sleeve, envelope, and sticker.