Duane Koyawena Sunface and Hummingbird PrintItem No: 10237
Tawa, the sun, is also referred as iitana (our father); he is who we pray to for good health, strength, and guidance. Koyawena uses other symbolic references such as the hummingbirds that represent the delicate beauty of nature.
In some Native American cultures, a hummingbird symbolizes timeless joy and the nectar of life. It's a symbol for accomplishing that which seems impossible, and will teach you how to find the miracle of joyful living from your own life circumstances. They are really spectacular birds, and have a lot to teach a person about self-discovery and healing.
This 11" x 14" print is laminated and mounted on foam core, and comes with a certificate of authenticity.