- "Raven Medicine - Go-La-Nv Didanawisi" - PRINT
"Raven Medicine - Go-La-Nv Didanawisi" - PRINT
"Raven Medicine - Go-La-Nv Didanawisi" presents a traditionally historic Native American Cherokee camp set in the Autumn forest. The camp is transitioning from Summer to Winter, so we see the rectangular Cherokee Summer homes in the distance and a newly constructed Winter earthen hut in the foreground. The Town Center where ceremonies are held is the larger circular building with the conical roof in the distance behind the Winter hut.
Native American Raven Medicine represents "changes," and this painting signifies that particular medicine through the Season of Autumn. The painting is titled "Raven Medicine" accompanied with "Go-La-Nv" ('Raven' in the Cherokee language) and Didanawisi ('Medicine Man/Woman' in Cherokee) as the two black and white ravens represent the Camp's Shaman and Medicine Woman.
This Fine Art Archival Matte Print is named for the Original Oil Painting of the same name. Your print will mail flat with an acid-free foam backing and is encased in a plastic sleeve.
- Title: "Raven Medicine - Go-La-Nv Didanawisi"
- Size: 11x14"
- Acid-Free Archival Matte Paper
- Museum Quality Archival Inks
- Acid-Free 1/8" Foam Board Backing
- Archival Quality Vinyl Storage Sleeve
- A small white border surrounds the image to allow for future matting and/or framing.
* Watermarks are used for copyright purposes and are not on the actual product. PRINTS ARE SOLD UNFRAMED. The actual size of the print may not be the same as shown in the "room photo," depending on the dimensions of the size you order. The "room photo" is only an example of what the print COULD look like on your wall.
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As a Fine Art and Consignment artist for over 30 years, I work in a variety of mediums, but primarily work in Oils and Semi-Relief Sand Sculpture. I paint a wide range of subjects, but specialize in landscapes, oftentimes presenting my love of the mountains and the West through my scenes. Beyond the traditional landscape, many of my paintings tie history or symbolism together to create a story or emotional connection with the viewer.