This painting features a large magnolia blossom floating above a Sonoma County landscape and Mount St. Helena. The flower is suspended within an “aura” of interconnected pink and blue tendrils, inspired by indigenous Malaysian designs that represent the dualistic, yet interconnected aspects of nature: yin/yang, male/female, day and night. Mount St. Helena is one of the most visible landmarks in Sonoma County. Its sprawling flanks actually span three counties: Sonoma, Napa, and Lake. For the native Wappo, who call it “Kanamota” (Human Mountain), it is a sacred place and represents the birthplace of their people.
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