The Crow Woman
Introducing The Crow Woman – empowering social justice art that encourages positive change.
Drawing inspiration from the history of the 1800s Crow people of the northern Plains, The Crow Woman delivers a tradition of trading valuables. Women would personally fashion their own saddles and bridles to adorn the horse for long-distance travel; additionally, Spanish bits with dangling trim were often traded between individual tribes.
This powerful piece of art brings the resilient history of these nomadic people to new life for generations to come. With intricate details and striking colors, this is not only a reminder to never forget our past, but also an inspiring statement on social justice as it calls attention to generations of resilience and determination amongst indigenous communities.
An amazing way to promote positivity and inspire change at home or in public spaces, The Crow Woman seeks to encourage us all to recognize the value and strength in our differences.