Gerald Dawavendewa (Hopi & Cherokee)
A maiden with feather plume headdress with corn ears and corn seed designs upon her body, reaches outward to parrots gathered around corn plants. Rain clouds approach from the horizon as a dragonfly and rain bird announces the coming rain.
The Pueblo people have traded these colorful parrots from mesoamerican people since 750 C.E., representing a long history of contact among native people in the Americas.
Frame shows the display possibilities and is not included. Print will fit a standard frame.
Includes a description of artwork, information on the indigenous cultureinspired from and biography of the artist.
Artwork is printed on heavy weight acid free matte paper using archival ink that is smudge, fade and water resistant. As in any artwork, please keep out direct sunlight. Print is matted with bevel cut buffered-pH neutral matte board and backed with acid free 100% recycled board. Art framed in matte board measures 11 by 14 inches (27.9 by 35.5 cm) and packaged in a clear resealable envelope.