Tribal Women Series
Many Native American tribes, including the Choctaws, were matriarchal societies. In Choctaw culture, women were likened to Mother Earth. Givers of Life and sustenance, they were revered in the tribe. This painting has three women introducing a new life to Mother Earth as a new day dawns. The woman on the left is the new mother, the one in the center is the baby’s grandmother, and the one on the right is younger sister to the mom. She carries a burden basket on her way to the fields.
Created on an 8 x 10″ canvas, using acrylic paints and inks. Multiple coats of non-yellowing, water resistant medium are applied to seal and protect the painting. The frame is beautifully carved with Native American spirals and water symbols.
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The frame is wired in back for quick display.
- Hand painted by the artist, personally
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Welcome Little One, 10 x 8 x .5″, acrylic on canvas. Framed size is 23 x 19 x 1.5″.
©Carolyn Bernard Young