Artist's description:

A traditional "Dream Catcher" is hung above the bed to let dreams pass through. The bad ones get tangled in the web, letting the people sleep peacefully. Originated with the Ojibwe(Chippewa) Native American people. My version is reproduced on very heavy paper with acrylic paint mixed with mediums and covered with Oil glaze. I have incorporated small turquoise bears that "hang" on the painted strings of the dream catcher. It is encased in a shadow box frame and adorned with chunks of turquoise on the bottom. I apologize for the bad pic in the shadow box. It's hard to get a picture behind glass w/o glare. 12x12 and ready to hang. Certificate of authenticity upon request.

Materials used:

Oil, acrylic, turquoise chunks

"Catcher of Dreams" (2016)


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This artwork is sold by Cathy Maiorano from United States

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