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112 in(185 cm x 284 cm)
Sedna, sea goddess of the Inuit, cries for the progressing diaspora of her people. She sees their houses fall into the ocean. They move their villages, but the ice goes north, making them traverse wider, rougher seas to hunt. Orcas invade and disperse their traditional prey. The white bear comes ashore, hungry. The brown bear and the advancing forest confront him.
hand dyed and commercial cotton, commercially printed USGS maps, polyester organza, nylon net, polyester thread
hand cut and fuse appliqued, machine stitched, machine quilted