‘New Wind’ by Candace Twance – First Nations Woodland Art presented by DaVic Gallery of Native Canadian Arts
Condition: No condition noted.
Description by Artist: ‘New Wind’ – Showing a spiritual family. The floral designs are representative of Ojibwe beadwork patterns. The striped area is meant to suggest life energy, and a “realm” or “veil” between the physical and spiritual world.
Notes from DaVic Gallery: A family, the nucleus of society, following the same spiritual and cultural principles and values supports a united, collaborative, respectful and spiritual community. Family is one and members are part of this unity and as family they’re protected spiritually. This spiritual protection and bond is depicted with the lines surrounding all members of the family. Bound to earth by the physicality of their bodies and connected and bonded to this earth and every living creature or plant or celestial objects in the spiritual realm.