Simulated lace, textured middle ground, double curves and four dream catches complete with fluff and feathers make this piece reflects upon the transition from tradition to aculturation by our women who were taught to make lace by nuns at Quebec. It was not an easy transition (hence the rough ground betwee the lace and double curves). The rough area is burgundy to represent those who never made it home again. The dream catchers held tradition and still remain in our culture. Past and future have been bound together in this piece. Measures 7' high x 9" wide. Interior is black.