Nahimana is a Native American goddess of my own devising. Nahimana means 'Mystic' in the Sioux language. She is symbolic of the strong, resilient Indian women who lived off this land for thousands of years before and after the coming of the white man. Nahimana is a Dakota name meaning ' Mystic'. She is a medicine woman and holds a fanciful medicine wheel in her hands- Each of it’s four quarters show one of the seasons of the year. There is an animal symbol for each season done in differing tribal styles to honor all Native Americans.
Printed on archival quality canvas, the image measures 6.5” x 9” and is stretched and ready for hanging. The sides are painted so no need to frame (although framing is certainly an option) Print is labeled, signed and dated on the back by the artist.
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