Three Sisters (2021)
24 x 32" inches (Original size and format)
Screen print, glitter, spray paint and resin on frosted mylar
Known as the Three Sisters, beans, squash and corn were three staple crops for the Lenape people who once inhabited the land surrounding the Old Stone House, and for various North American Indigenous groups. The installation also alludes to some of the native crops planted in the Old Stone House garden. Printed with glow in the dark ink.
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