A5, A4, A3
€15.00 – €45.00
// Earth Mama //
A Native American prophecy states: “When the earth has been ravaged and the animals are dying, a tribe of people from all races, creeds and colours will put their faith in deeds, not words, to make the land green again.”
// Printed on high quality sustainable and matte, Hahnemühle bamboo paper, 290g – signed by me.
// Sizes available – A5 (14,8x21cm) – A4 (21×29,7cm) – A3 (29,7x42cm).
[Note: size may be slightly smaller -a few mm’s- in height or width + actual colors may vary. This is due to computer monitors displaying colors differently and everyone can see these colors differently.]
// This work is made fully digital, using photoshop.
// Photocredit unknown. However, the woman is Native American and her name is Ataloa Stone McLendon (1896-1967). The following story I found: Ataloa Stone McLendon was a woman ahead of her time. She was a trailblazer, visionary, and advocate for education at a time when women were generally denied that right. Most were expected to stay home, cook, clean, and raise children. Ataloa was deeply committed, not only to her own education, but to the promotion of educational opportunities for all Indian women and children, and the furtherance of public outreach and adult education programs. Born in the Chickasaw Nation, Oklahoma Indian Territory, Ataloa grew up listening to stories of her Chickasaw ancestors told to her by her grandmother. She eagerly embraced her ancestry and embarked upon a lifelong mission to educate the public about American Indian culture. Ataloa unselfishly and unconditionally devoted her life to the preservation of American Indian culture and traditions including music, art, legends, folklore, and storytelling. Above all, Ataloa was a humanitarian, concerned with human intercultural relationships among people of all races.
// 15% will be donated to the Native American Rights Fund (NARF).
// With every print sold, one tree will be planted by onetreeplanted.org
A5, A4, A3