Gerald Dawavendewa (Hopi & Cherokee)
A couple plants seeds to grow a corn plant, A symbol of life for the Hopi people. Corn is not only an important food source but has great spiritual meaning and plays an important role in ceremonies.
This image shows a maiden who has cared for the best seeds from the past harvest. She plants them in a place prepared by her companion who uses a "hangwànpi", a digging stick. below a fish, frog, and turtle remind us of the life-giving water. Katsinam, spiritual beings watch over the couple as dragonflies play around a rain cloud which brings life to the couple and plants.
- Blank inside for your own personal message
- Measures 5 by 6.5 inches folded (12.7 by 16.51 cm)
- We use smudge, fade, and water-resistant ink on heavy card stock.
- Notecard Includes a description of the artwork, information on the indigenous culture inspired by it, and a biography of the artist.
- Envelope and sticker included.
- Packaged in a clear resealable envelope.