Professional USA Cherokee Heritage Art Inspirationally Presented
  • CIRCLE OF LIFE MEDICINE WHEEL Made in the USA of Cherokee Heritage & Inspiration


    "Circle of Life  MEDICINE WHEEL" Hand Made in the USA of Cherokee Heritage and Inspiration

    Hand Made by Artist, Jasmine Battle, BSED

    Dimensions: 9", 14", 20" with Black USA White Tail Deer Leather tied in the middle for good luck and best dreams

    The 20" version will have more dangles and more feathers and more leather

    The 20" option is a very large dream catcher that measures 20 inches across the ring / there are 2 extra dangles hanging from the rim so the dream catcher will be "balanced" + the dangles are Triple Tiered / there are REAL WOODEN beads for the center of this art presentation / there are a lot of beads on this option / also there is special packaging for this option for shipping

    This a top of the line item made with the best natural materials available (wooden bead color may vary with availability / light or dark wood)

    The rings is wrapped with Black USA White Tail Deer Lace Leather along with Deer Lace Black, White, Yellow Gold and Red Leather on the ring

    This Medicine Wheel is adorned with The Circle of Life Colors Glass Pony Bead - Black, White, Yellow, Red - TOP OF THE LINE!

    Adorned with USA Pheasant and (3) Tie Died Red and Black Turkey Tail Feathers

    This is a great piece of art for a wall or bedroom

    You have the option of personalization - Free of Charge

    The Role of the Medicine Wheel in Cherokee History

    The medicine wheel is not an ancient Cherokee word. It is however a concept used by contemporary Cherokee artists of all disciplines. The reason the medicine wheel is a popular native expression is because it represents core principles shared by many indigenous cultures.

    Medicine Wheel Symbolism

    In addition to being a symbol of the natural cycles of life, the medicine wheel can also represent the Four Directions: Earth, Air, Fire, and Water. Medicine wheels can also incorporate images that tell the story of creation and represent deities like Father Sky, Mother Earth, and the Great Spirit. It can also be a way to tell the history of any individual tribe through a collectively accepted image. In modern Cherokee and native art, the medicine wheel can become an even more personally meaningful symbol of the artist’s own creative journey. The medicine wheel was thought to also show the path to healing, health, and balance. Also was thought to also show the path to healing, health, and balance.