Poster: Dimensions 20"x32"
of Nature honors the traditional nature of Native cultures. The artwork
attempts to respectfully portray the sense of identity, pride and self-esteem
that is rooted in established spiritual principles.
Oneness of Nature features a rich and colorful, geometric background
that consist of various textures of wood water, sky, rock and plants.
Integrated into the trees are two Native figures. The Elder represents
a proud history and wisdom, while the young woman figure portrays fertility
and the promise of the future. The generations are symbolically woven
together by the long braid of hair that connects the two figures.
The circular element surrounding the two figures is symbolic of a Medicine
Wheel. Native culture believes that by living harmoniously, human beings
give additional impetus to the circular movement and power of the world.
A traditional Medicine Wheel is complex and represents the four stages
or seasons of ones own nature (Infancy, Youth, Maturity and Old
Age) in relation to the surrounding world.
A majestic Golden Eagle and traditional Pow-wow dancer complete Oneness
of Nature. The eagle reflects the attributes of farsightedness, strength,
beauty and kindness. The bright, energetic dancer reminds us of the wisdom
in the four directions, unity, and the natural cycle of all things.
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