Second Mesa Dancer


This is an image of spirit and place.

A Hopi Butterfly Dancer is a symbol of Beauty and Transformation Countered with a rock formation on Second Mesa in the Lands of the Hopi People. The Traditional Hopi have the oldest complete ceremonial cycle on this continent. they continue to celebrate the Gift of Life and all its Blessings Through an annual cycle of ceremonies. A time set aside to send prayers of thanksgiving through traditional songs, the Drum and dancing feet send messages to the Heart of Mother Earth.
Image sizes (approximate): 8″ x 12.6″ $125 (suggested frame size: 14″ x 18″) 10″ x 15.5″ $225 (suggested frame size: 16″ x 20″) 14″ x 22″ $285 (suggested frame size: 20″ x 28″)

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The signed prints are made by the Artist with Archival Pigment ink on Museum paper.
There is approximately a 1” border all the way around the image to accommodate the title & signature and room for mat edge.
Each piece includes the story and the inspiration behind the image.
The suggested frame sizes indicated here, are a general rule of thumb and not set in stone. There are a myriad of choices of mats, framing styles and materials.
Framing is a very personal thing and how a piece is presented, hopefully reflects your personal taste and enhances the décor in your home.
Image sizes may slightly vary, reflecting any non standard cropping if relevant.
Larger sizes are printed on Canvas, and are available ~ call 575-770-1507
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