Telas Y Trenzas
Framed by morning glories, three Spiders guide a pair of hands as they braid hair and ribbon together.
In Native and Central American lore, the spider is associated with the Creator, a Grandmother Spider weaving the world and our fates before us. Morning Glories are known for their hallucinogenic properties in Central America and were used by priests to contact the ancestral spirit world.
As the spiders guide the hands, weaving their spun ribbon into the briad, so does the wisodom from generations passed guide us today.
12"x 12" image size, 15" x 15" paper size
Relief Print on BFK
Hand carved linoleum plate, hand printed
Option of white or tan paper
Because of the handmade aspect of these prints, slight differences between prints is typical
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