Hands of the Land
DescriptionA watercolor, ink and pencil painting of an original Cherokee Land Office Allotment Certificate. The clouds around the words Certificate of Allotment has some irony and can be seen as an ominous warning that much of the land would be in white hands in a few short years The hands holding the dirt with a sprig of growth symbolizes the Cherokee willingness to roll up their sleeves and plant for future generations.
This original is unframed $3000. Prints can be purchased in various sizes and styles starting at $22