We use a Giclée printer on quality paper for our prints.
Several of our customers have asked that we publish the story of the Blessing Feather.
The blessing feather represents all of nature and all that she gives us for our daily living. The longer feather represents the Great Spirits messenger (Eagle). The short one is for purity of mind. The leather stands for the food and clothing we get from the animals in which Native Americans believe is given willingly. The small copper bead is for Mother Earth and all that she gives us and for the metals that are used for weapons and tools. The small terra cotta (clay) or turquoise bead is representative of the surface minerals and elements such as water that we drink and use for our everyday living and for the clay that is used in the making of our pottery and masks.
All of these things make the blessing feather, which in many tribes, is hung in their home as a blessing.