Gerald Dawavendewa (Hopi & Cherokee)
Mini canvas print
Two corn maiden spirits sing prayer songs among corn plants to welcome the approaching rain. Dragonflies gather above the clouds. Corn is very important in Hopi culture. When the Hopi people came to this world, Tuuwaqatsi - the Fourth World to the Hopi, they chose an ear of small blue corn representing a life of long existence and challenges. When a child is born, they are presented with a perfect ear of white corn that symbolizes the mother of a child. Corn is symbolic of the Hopi women, for they both give life and sustain the people and their culture.
Measuring 6 inches square (15.24 cm square), these unique canvas artwork prints fit any decor. Gallery printed using fade and water-resistant ink on canvas with artwork on a wood frame with a hanger. Artwork includes information of the image, indigenous culture, and biography of the artist. A clear resealable envelope protects the mini canvas print.