Spirit Unity

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Spirit Unity acrylic on canvas by Anishinaabe Medicine Painter Simone Agnes McLeod

Manidoog Ashoodenimoog (Spirit Unity)

Artist: Simone McLeod

Acrylic on canvas, 2014

24 x 30 inch (ca. 61 x 76 cm)

Original: 2,830.00 CAD/ 2,230.00 USD*/ 2,000 EUR*

Product code: SZPF-18

SOLD; available for painted custom reproduction of the original to order.

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Contact Simone McLeod or Zhaawano Giizhik for inquiries about the price of a custom reproduction of the original.

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Working together for the unity of the People


"Spirit Unity" - Bear Clan and Wolf Clan have always worked together for the protection of the People. The claws of Makwa (bear) and Ma’iingan (wolf), as well as those of Bizhiw (Lynx), and Waabizheshi (Marten), represent virtues like strength, courage, perseverance, and guardianship. They are warrior symbols of great magic that reflect the doodemag (clans) and the proud status and spiritual legacy of many an ogichidaa in Anishinaabe society, ininiwag (men) and ikwewag (women) alike, even in our day. 

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