Gerald Dawavendewa (Hopi & Cherokee)
Archival ink on heavy weight paper. Mounted on a 11 by 14 inches matte board with backing.
This pattern is inspired by ancient Acoma pueblo pottery. Artwork shows various elements of flowers, fields, and moisture laden clouds. These designs are a constant prayer for moisture for all life in a desert land. It is named “Drifting Clouds” in that although the pattern appears balanced as a whole, the final clouds to the right in a “staircase” like pattern are “drifting” off.
The artwork is mounted on archival matte board with stamps showing Gerald’s clan images and his name formed from Hopi pottery symbols. Description of artwork, information on the Hopi culture and artists biography are included. Frame image shows the display possibilities and is not included. This artwork matted will fit a standard frame of your choice. Artwork will also be placed in a clear envelope.