The Warrior


Media: Artisan Archival Canvas
Style: Artisan Archival Canvas: Grand Gallery Wrap
Print Size: 14 x 18″
Thickness/Depth: 1.5″

Printed on Archival certified, The Lyve™ Matte Canvas is a 19 mil bright white, consistent poly-cotton blend matte canvas using an acid-free, neutral pH coating. This award-winning Lyve™ Canvas is taking the printmaking industry by storm. With eye-popping color gamut and Dmax, coupled with critical archival certification and the ability to apply a laminate hassle-free, it sets a new standard of exceptionalism in fine art and photographic printmaking.

Shipped with a professional taped backing with wire hanger

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The Warrior Flies With The Eagle is a tribute to indigenous people of our country. I grew up with the children of the Colville, Washington Native American Indians. I was reminded of how their philosophies made a lasting impression on me the other day when I made a comment on today’s family values and how they are reflected in our children. A dear friend replied to that comment stating my thoughts were the mirror image of the way Native American Indian Children were raised many years ago. I was unaware of how my opinions were molded by the acquaintances of my youth, I am proud of that.

In 1885, Chief Moses, who had moved to the Colville Indian Reservation, invited Chief Joseph and his tribe of Nez Perce, to live on the reservation. Chief Joseph and his people were never allowed to return to their former homeland in the Oregon Territory. He died at Nespelem, Washington in 1904. Many descendants of his band reside on the Colville Indian Reservation today and still belong to the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation.

The Colville Indian Reservation is a Native American reservation in the north-central part of the U.S. state of Washington, inhabited and managed by the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation, which is federally recognized. Established in 1872, the reservation currently consists of 2,825,000 acres (1,143,000 ha).  It is located primarily in the southeastern section of Okanogan County and the southern half of Ferry County, but it includes other pieces of trust land in eastern Washington, including in Chelan County, just to the northwest of the city of Chelan. The reservation’s name is adapted from that of Fort Colville, which was named by British colonists for Andrew Colville, a London governor of the Hudson’s Bay Company.


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