One of Three Sisters

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Corn or maize, was developed by Native Americans from a wild grass, Teosinte, originally growing in Central America 7,000 years ago. Here in the Southwest over the last many thousands of years, many Native American traditions, stories and ceremonies surround corn which is one of “three sisters”, maize, beans and squash.

One of Three Sisters

A giclee print of a one-of-a-kind acrylic on natural wild turkey feather. 13 X 9.5 reproduction printed with archival inks on acid free, 100% cotton rag paper with a bright textured finish.
Prints are mounted with 11X14 double matted acid free conservation mattes in clear plastic sealed envelope.
Framed prints are double matted prints mounted in an 11X14 wood frame and glass.
Hand signed by the artist.
Certificate of Authenticity included.

Print  Price  (USD) $98

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Framed Print Price $144

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