The "Still Here" series is a collection of prints showcasing Native People in various modern cities. This is the Bellingham variant, the fourth and final installment.
A statement from the artist: "This piece represents perseverance. Despite everything that happened to our ancestors, our land, and our way of life, we are not gone yet. We are still here."
Printed on 8.5x11 cardstock. Signed and numbered.
We are honored to carry art from local Bellingham artist Savannah LeCornu. As part of the Tsimshian (Wolf Clan), Haida, Athabascan, Nez Perce tribes, and First Nations Nisga'a, Savannah creates pieces to honor her rich indigenous heritage using a technique traditional to the Coastal tribes, often called Northwest Formline. When asked about her art, Savannah says she "works in this medium to stay close to her cultural identity, to help preserve it for future generations, and to provide the community with affordable art that reflects a diverse heritage."