Cherokee Syllabary shows the Introduction to the Declaration of Human Rights in English, its phonetic representation in Cherokee, and the text in Cherokee in red at the top. The circle is a rubbing of the Cherokee alphabet taken from a clay plaque.
This Cherokee Syllabary art print displays the Cherokee alphabet, the text in phonetic Cherokee and in English of Article I of the Declaration of Human Rights, and a rubbing of a clay tablet displaying the Cherokee alphabet of Chief Sequoyah. The original was written on Fabriano Roma handmade paper which has a pronounced laid pattern that is reproduced in the print.
Original work can be commissioned.