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This fully beaded hand-stitched Native American "Grand Entry" Canvas wall art is a representation of the start of a powwow. To begin, powwow dancers enter the arena in their groups following the flags and veterans. Each dancer represents a category of dancer: the men's double bustle, the jingle dress, traditional in the center, the grass dance, and finally, the fast and fancy shawl.


This one-of-a-kind piece was hand-sewn using size 11 seed beads over hundreds of hours in intricate detail. This statement piece would look great in a high-traffic entryway, living room, or bedroom. The boarder is painted along with the edging allowing for a ready-to-hang piece that can also be framed in future.


Size: 36"x12"
About the artist:


Rayne Pelham is the artist and curator behind Grandmother Spiders Design. She is a descendant of both the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska and the White Earth Band of Chippewa. After many years as an educator and producing artworks on occasion, she is now turning her hobby into a career. She specializes in Native American-inspired designs producing art and jewelry that is truly unique. 


The design studio's name is derived from the legend behind Rayne's Ojibwe name. Named when she was one, she is also, Nah quay Wa bun in nee go quay; translated she is Catches the Morning Sunrise Woman, a name given in honor of the story of Grandmother Spider. 


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"Grand Entry" Hand-beaded Indigenous Canvas Wall Art

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