Maine-wabanaki Reach Logo Poster

Maine-wabanaki Reach Logo by Arla Patch

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Maine-wabanaki Reach Logo Poster By Arla Patch

Frame

Top Mat

Bottom Mat

Dimensions

Image:

7.63" x 8.00"

Overall:

9.63" x 10.00"

 

Print:

Maine-Wabanaki REACH logo by Arla Patch - 7.63" x 8.00"

$15.00

Material:

Archival Matte Paper

$7.35

Finish:

Rolled in a Tube

$0.00

Assembly:

Assembly Charge

$0.00

Total:

 

$22.35

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About the Image

Maine-Wabanaki REACH logo by Arla Patch

Dragonflies have special meaning to the indigenous people of each continent they inhabit. They represent swiftness and activity; change and transformation; joy and happiness; adaptability; and an invitation to dive deeper into feeling and understanding. They are symbols of courage, maturity, and depth of character. Each of the wings on the REACH dragonfly is decorated with a double curve design that is specific to each of the four Wabanaki tribes; the Passamaquoddy, Penobscot, Maliseet and Micmac. The body is made of blueberries, an indigenous fruit that has sustained Wabanaki and Maine citizens nutritionally and economically for generations. The color purple in the wings represents our highest selves, our connection to Spirit and...

About the Artist - Arla Patch

Arla Patch

This page has been created as a way to financially support the first Truth and Reconciliation Process in the United States for what happened to Native American children in foster care - The Maine Wabanaki-State Child Welfare Truth and Reconciliation Commission. ALL PROCEEDS FROM SALES WILL GO TO THIS TRC and its support organization Maine-Wabanaki REACH. If you would like to know more, there are two websites for further information: www.mainetribaltrc.org and www.mainewabanakireach.org Two images are available. The first celebrates a festival in Bethel, Maine called MollyOckett Day. This festival commemorates a native woman MollyOckett who lived from 1740-1816. She was Abanaki of the Peguakit tribe. Penobscot Cultural...

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