Gerald Dawavendewa (Hopi & Cherokee)
A maiden with feather plume headdress with corn ears and seed designs upon her body reach 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 C.E. 750, representing a long history of contact among native people in the Americas.
- The artwork is printed on heavyweight acid-free luster / soft gloss paper.
- Giclèe print is matted with a bevel cut buffered-pH neutral matte board and backed with an acid-free 100% recycled board.
- Artwork framed in matte board measures 11 by 14 inches (27.9 by 35.5 cm) and packaged in a clear resealable envelope for protection.
- The matted print will fit a standard frame and does not require custom framing.
- Giclèe print includes a description of the image, information on the native culture the artwork is inspired by and biography of the artist.
- Frame shows the display possibilities and is not included.
- All of our work is created, printed and assembled in Arizona (United States).