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Corn Maiden - Canvas Print

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Corn Maiden

Corn Maiden stands next to two plants offering prayers to the gathering rain clouds on the horizon. She symbolizes the blue corn.
Squash, Maize and Bean are known as the Three Sisters. Planted together, they support and benefit from each other. Maize gives Bean a place to climb upward and bean gives nutrients to the soil. Squash covers the ground around them, protecting and preventing insects with prickly hair covered vines.

6" square. Wrapped Canvas.

Gerald Dawavendewa is a member of the Hopi tribe. He grew up in the village of Munqapi, located in northern Arizona. In 1994, Gerald sent an artwork depicting the Hopi cosmos aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour. He is also Author and Illustrator of the children's book "The Butterfly Dance". Gerald's work reflects the rich traditions of his Hopi & Cherokee culture.

  • $20.00

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Aaron Rice
Perfect as a triptych

We purchased the corn, bean, and squash maidens and framed them as a triptych. The glossed canvas prints are super high quality, and look awesome hanging all together! Thank you to Gerald AA Dawavendewa for the beautiful artwork, and for selling it at an affordable price point to share with everyone!