Style1½ inches thick (3.75 cm) Product Details Artist grade canvas, archival inks, wooden stretcher bars, and UVB protective coating
AvailablityUsually ships within five business days. ArtistMoni ... CollectionAura2000
Description The Chumash are Native American people who historically inhabit central and southern coastal regions of California, as well as 3 of the Channel Islands. They celebrated Winter Solstice and the beginning of the New Year. Winter was symbolized by the color white, the Eagle, who represented the pride and strength of man, and the Bear, representing the strength of Mother Earth. The Eagle with its great vision observes the land, and if it sees danger, warns the Bear, who protects the land; no other creature is stronger.
Moni ..., Germany/FloridaKeys/Maui,Hawaii/Planet Earth ;-) Member Since February 2008 Artist Statement I'm a spiritual being, having a human experience ;-)
...and like the Native American elders say: "Everyone has a song to sing. This song is the reason we are on this earth. When we are doing what we came on this earth to do, we know true happiness"... and I think being creative is what I enjoy most… I feel the urge to see as much of this beautiful world as I can, and to express my gratitude by sharing that through my artwork. My favorite subjects are Maui/Hawaii, Spiritual/Inspirational and Cats (must have been one in a past life ;-)
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