Framed Print Size: 8.5"W x 11"H with feathers Inside For 3-D Effect.
John Oscar, Yup’ik Artist
After the celebration, the animals told Ellarpiim Yua, that they were treated well by the humans. They asked permission to return through hunting, fishing and gathering to celebrate at another festival. Ellarpiim Yua then being pleased of the love and respect humans showed for one another, gave the fish and wildlife permission to celebrate life with humans again. (Full story included)
The Celebration has a mask with smiling eyes, with dance fan feathers that stand out to the glass surface, acrylic paint and blue figures of Yup'ik drummers in the background.