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The Watcher's Dream Emblem

owlspook

Gillette, United States

Artist's Description

see The Sarika Archworks for the beginning of this exhibit tour of the artifacts found during the first phase of the Sarika archeological dig on Satashi. and the journal entry The Museum Exhibit of the Sarika Artifacts
NOTE BELOW EXHIBIT:
Emblems were also used as the shawls were used by the Sarika to differentiate individuals within their society. Each group had it’s own shawl, emblem, tapestry, badge, pinwheel and star. The Sarikanica is still in the process of being translated and it is hoped that is completed and more artifacts can be found our understanding of this complex society and their work will be brought to light.
As with all the work of the Sarika notice the detail, depth, texture and symmetry of the work. We have yet to unravel all the symbolism used.
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owlspook
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next in the exhibit:
The Star Emblem


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Work done in Kaleider and Gimp. Best viewed large.
GMP 0082fe 120613 The Watcher’s Dream Emblem

Artwork Comments

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