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A perfect piece for bringing protection into a space.


Shapeshifter Night is an homage to Edahow (A Shoshone princess circa 1890, Shoshone, Idaho).     Native American women not only shed blood, sweat, and tears; they kept spiritual secrets

of the Universe. Though this style of headdress is typically worn by Shoshone (and other Western tribes') males of stature, Edahow wears it in symbolism of her wisdom and personal power. Her totem animals accompany her into the realm of night.


11" x 19" acid free pigment print. (Open signed edition)

Shipped FREE (In USA only) in a rigid cardboard mailer.

Shapeshifter Night Gicleé

  • Prints are to be treated as original artwork. Shield from UV light with a UV resistant glass or acrylic sheet set into the frame around your print.

    Direct sunlight deteriorates paper, (Whether acid free or not)

    All framing materials should be acid free so as not to damage your print.

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