Parrot with Prayer Feathers Canvas Print
This mini canvas print makes a perfect addition to your home. Each piece of art depicts an animal or spirit that is part of the indigenous world. Each includes a description of the artwork, information on the indigenous culture the art is inspired by, and an artist biography.
Each 6" x 6" print features smudge, fade, and water-resistant pigments on heavyweight canvas mounted on a wood frame with a saw tooth hanger. Like any print, keep out of direct sunlight.
This print is titled Parrot with Prayer Feathers. With a prayer bundle of corn and feathers, a parrot gathers these good blessings outward toward the world. The Pueblo people have traded parrots and their feathers from native groups in what is now Mexico since 1100 C.E. The Parrot represents the direction south and the color red which is found in the rainbows that arrive with the rain clouds.
- Title: Parrot with Prayer Feathers
- Artist: Gerald Dawavendewa (Hopi & Cherokee)
- Size: 6" x 6"