The first time the Ojibwa Jingle Dance was seen at Pow-wows was during the 1918 Flu Pandemic. This image depicts the need for the Jingle Dress Dancers to provide healing to people for the current viral Pandemic of 2019/2020. The image is painted in the Ojibwa Woodland Art style and the Jingle Dress Dancer is keeping the pandemics away from us. The flu virus of 1918 is blue, and the 2019/2020 coronavirus is painted in white and red.
The four directions contain the healing plants for the Jingle Dance Dancer to help combat the virus. The image is painted in the Ojibwa Woodland Art Style.
Materials: Cedar smoke on Somerset printing paper
Technique: Reduction block print, cedar smoke transfer, edition of 15, 2021
Size: 224" W x 20" H x .05" D