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Works by the Artist
Other Works(Eagles and I)
Other Works(Family in the Wind)
Other Works(Nutrients of Breathing)
Other Works(Thinking in the Nature)
Other Works(Van Gogh Gives Me a Sunflower)
Other Works(People who Dance with the Earth)
Other Works(Growing Up on this Land)
My Feathers
Etan Pavavalung
NO. 20170014
Year 2016
Max Size
62 x 84 x 5 cm
Acrylic and paint on wood board
Artwork Appreciation
Etan Pavavalung is an aborigine of the Paiwan tribe and his artworks convey his emotional ties with his native home as well as the vitality and history of the lands. “My Feathers” is a work of engraving and a continuation of the aesthetics style of his people that feature overlapping patterns, textures, sculpting, and colors. The lily is a commonly employed symbol of redemption, resurrection, and the unity and resilience of life. The aboriginal tradition of hunting is based on respect, reverence, mutual dependence, and harmonious coexistence with nature, yet conflicts with the reality of modern times and values. Etan Pavavalung bedecked his people with feathers to bestow on them the glorious crown of life.