Gerald Dawavendewa (Hopi & Cherokee)
Giclèe Canvas Print
Corn Maiden stands next to two plants offering prayers to the gathering rain clouds on the horizon. She symbolizes the blue corn.
Squash, Corn and Bean are known as the Three Sisters. Planted together, they support and benefit from each other. Corn gives Bean a place to climb upward and Bean gives nutrients to the soil. Squash covers the ground around them, protecting and preventing insects with prickly hair covered vines.
Canvas print is gallery wrapped which has the artwork around all edges and mounted on a wood frame that measures approximately six inches square. We include description of the artwork, information on the Native culture that the art originates and biography of artist. The print has hanger on back and is placed in a clear envelope.