The sculpture depicts a bunch of figures from the natural and mythic worlds struggling to paddle forward.
The shaman is wearing a basket hat and holding a speaker's pole.
The place for the chief in a war canoe is on the prow.
He is bitten by an Eagle that has formline-patterned wings.
The Seawolf bites the Eagle.
The Eagle and the Seawolf are paddling together.
The trickster in Haida mythology is at the stern of the canoe.
Mousewoman is the traditional guide and escort of humans in the spirit realm.
The entire family of living things are paddling together in one boat, headed in one direction.
In 2004, the National Museum of the wetlands, meadow, forest, and traditional cropland with American Indian finally opened on the Mall in Washing corn, squash, and tomatoes.
The National Gallery of Art can be seen from the entrance to the museum, which is located below Capitol Hill and across from the east side.
The prairie tipis were inspired by the colors.
Inside the building a Sun Marker and forms of the American Southwest, the museum build of stained glass in the south wall throws its dagger of light and establishes a new presence for Native Americans as the day progresses.
The Native Symbolizing the Native relationship peoples of North America have at last taken their rightful to the environment, the museum is surrounded by other American ethnicities and many artis ders from around the globe.
Discuss its meaning in relation to two Native American cultures.
How could such works be in the north, and one in the south, and how displayed in museums in such a way that viewers can understand this critical aspect of each culture.
Evaluate the ways in which the Native North Aztecs view the world.
The best work of art in this chapter is from European culture.
Discuss how the viewer's understanding of Leonardo's drawing affects the meaning of Smith's work.