The Three by Native American Artist Weeya Calif (16" x 12")
In our traditional stories and our traditional beliefs, we were taught that the three sisters corn, beans, and squash should be planted together. By doing so, they protected each other from destruction from animals. They also nourished each other in the soil. To this day, we plant our sister gardens.
Signature of artist on work. Original drawings printed on canvas and mounted on a frame. Ready to hang.