Matted artwork print
Gerald Dawavendewa (Hopi & Cherokee)
A mother envelopes and protects her child wears a headless of clouds and rains, blessings for a good life. Father carries a round shield representing the strength and protection of their culture. Grandfather holds an eagle staff symbolizing traditions and wisdom in the community. The young child holds a woven plaque with a butterfly symbol. She wears a headless like her mother’s with a dress that carries corn and moisture images. She represents the legacy of her culture and the continuation of her people.
This artwork was the official poster to represent the 28th Annual Protecting Our Children, National American Indian Conference of Child Abuse and Neglect sponsored by the National Indian Child Welfare Association.
- Matted prints measure 11 by 14 inches (27.9 by 35.5 cm) with a bevel cut mat with a backing board.
- The artwork is printed on quality acid-free photo paper using smudge, fade, and water-resistant ink.
- Print includes a description, a biography of the artist, and information on the indigenous culture artwork represents.
- Packaged in a clear resealable envelope.
- The print will fit in a standard frame. The frame in the photo shows the display possibilities and is not included.
- As in any artwork, please keep it out of direct sunlight.