Giclee Canvas Print
Gerald Dawavendewa (Hopi & Cherokee)
A Mimbres couple stands before cloud symbols which bring life giving rains to the people and the land. The Mimbres are known for their extraordinary ceramics which depict elements of there life and stories.
An ancient people, the Mimbres lived in what is now southwestern New Mexico. They farmed corn, beans, and squash along a river the Spanish called Mimbres, for its many willows. By 1150 CE, the Mimbres people began migrating out from the Mimbres river and today, the pueblo people of New Mexico and Arizona are among their descendants.
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.