Jockamofeenanette, Protector of Mardi Gras Indian Tradition

Jockamofeenanette, Protector of Mardi Gras Indian Tradition

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Hey now! My name is Jockamofeenanette, protector of the beautiful and fascinating Mardi Gras Indian culture. I protect spy boys, flag boys, princesses, queens, big chiefs and all who come out to see them on Fat Tuesday and Super Sunday.

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$10.00 for paper prints

$15 for 2 or more paper prints

$20.00 for canvas giclee prints

$50.00 for international canvas giclee prints

Locally Made

At 11”x14," all giclee paper and canvas prints are created locally using the best quality paper and archival inks. The canvas is stretched over a 1.5" hardwood gallery wrap frame and is ready to hang. All prints are made to order so please, allow two weeks from order date for delivery in most of the U.S.

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For signed options that include a remarque: this is a small original drawing by the artist that makes prints more valuable to collectors.

Artist’s Note: While many theories abound about the meaning of the lyrics in the Mardi Gras Indian song “Iko Iko”, some theorize that “jock-a-mo fee na-né” is a mixture of half Native American and half Creole words that mean “It’s a very good year!” ‘