This work depicts an American Bison, the largest living land animal in North America. Once one of the most prolific mammals on the continent, bison were hunted nearly to extinction by colonizing Europeans as an act of genocide against Indigenous Peoples. Thanks largely to the conservation efforts of tribes in both the U.S. and Canada, the bison population is no longer considered vulnerable, though greatly decreased in range and number. A percentage of proceeds is donated to the InterTribal Buffalo Council.
Limited Edition print of original pen and ink drawing; each signed and numbered by the artist. Archival quality prints on Epson ColdPress 100% cotton paper. Prints are lightfast for well over 100 years. Price is for print unframed.
30” wide by 22” tall.