Mini Canvas Print
Gerald Dawavendewa (Hopi & Cherokee)
A couple journeys through life with goodwill and blessings surrounded with elements of life. A blue corn plant, a crop grown by the Hopi, is food and is part of ceremonies and rituals. The corn plant rises with a woman in ancient dress with corn seed designs; both give life. The male stands next to a prayer bundle and shield. His clothing carries water symbols. The prayer bundle is a blessing not only to the couple but of all life that surrounds them. The shield protects and has the image for this Earth, the Fourth World. Gathering around the couple are butterflies symbolized as flowers, representing moisture and the life-giving rains that come to the desert land. Above the couple within the cosmos are the sun and stars, with a spiral representing the couple's journey through life.
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.