“MNI WICONI *WATER IS LIFE”
Created by Angela Lensch & Coleen Bins (owner of Chief Oshkosh, Native American Arts Gallery)
Our Waters Must be Protected for All Life in Creation.
The “Evergrowing Tree, Wampum Belt” reaches toward the Skyworld that all Nations may see it and symbolizes the permanence of the Great Peace.
The “Two Row, Wampum Belt” represents peace, friendship, respect and the universal relationship of non-domination, balance, and harmony between different forces.
The “Seven Pointed Star” medallions represent the Sun and the Moon and reminds us to consider how our decisions made today will effect the People and Creation seven generations from now.
The “Day and Night Thunderbird” represents the Duality of Creation and everything in it.
Angela Lensch Gallery is proud to be a
2019 Eggstravaganza Sponsor!!
EGGstravaganza Display: May 24 – August 17
The Public Arts Initiative of Egg Harbor and the Egg Harbor Business Association joined forces to celebrate the Village’s 55th anniversary! You’re invited to join us once again to celebrate EGGstravaganza. 28 artist created eggs will be on display between May 24th and August 17th. Spectators can go on an egg hunt to view each sculpture and vote for their favorite.
EGGstravaganza Auction: August 17, 2019
EGGstravaganza serves as a fundraising vehicle to promote permanent public art in the Village of Egg Harbor. Join us at the Donald and Carol Kress Pavilion for a live auction of the eggs! Proceeds to equally benefit the artists and future public arts projects in the Village.