Click here to explore the hidden image keys in Judy Larson's fine art. ". . . the word reveals several meanings," Larson tells us. Concealed in the female wolf's coat (left of her shoulder), you'll find the face of a Native American woman; on the male wolf's neck, a man. The flank of the female wolf bears a Native American man's face to represent the rest of the tribe. Larson adds, "I've grouped the wolves closely to emphasize the necessity of tribal and pack members - male and female - to work together to ensure survival."
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