Gerald Dawavendewa (Hopi & Cherokee)
Giclèe Canvas Print
A mother deer and her child graze near mountains rising upward toward the stars. The deer is one of the largest animals in the southwest and are found near Nuvatukya’ovi which is also known as the San Fransisco Peaks in Arizona. Upon the mountain’s side are symbols of the deer's journey and of their friendships. The family carries cloud designs as prayers for moisture and stand upon the earth containing prayer elements for the blessings of all life.
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.