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You Take Out/ Stahko describes the physical presence of Indigenous women within the artwork as a symbol not only of their struggles but also of the Earth's silent endurance. The brushstrokes echo the inevitable social pressures, illustrating the disintegration and impermanence that extend not just through human experiences but resonate with the very fabric of the Earth. The artist's palette becomes a conduit, painting a picture where the cycles of loss and renewal are mirrored both in the human journey and the eternal dance of the Earth.

You Take Out/ Stahko (Gray).

  • Oil on canvas

  • 60X48X1.5 inches

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