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The deer- Il cervo

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The deer- Il cervo

The deer was sacred to the feisty goddess Artemis, from Greek mythology.  Deer symbolize the powers in nature that are not easily subdued. Deer is powerful and feisty, cautious, adventurous, and protective. 

The deer has great individuality, calling for people to trust their instincts and trust themselves. The deer was important to many Indian tribes as it provided a good means of sustenance providing food and clothing for the tribe. 

Native American Indians prayed to the deer to give them a good hunt and in return promised to take no more than was essential for the survival of the tribe. Words of gratitude were often spoken over the body of the deer.

The deer symbolized gentleness, grace and what is necessary for survival. The deer also represented family protection.

In this artwork, Piele is capturing the instinctual energy, independence, and regeneration, which stems from deer’s antlers being shed and re-grown each year. Through this instinctual energy that deer represent, Piele is telling us to trust our gut reactions, because those instincts will tell us when to fight or flee.


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This is a one off design that is detailed to perfection. Comes with a certificate of Authenticity.


Made using wrought Iron and recycled metal parts from workshop that produces heavy metal gates & doors.


This piece of artwork will be packed and delivered in durable material personalised by Pinto Artisan.


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