This painting depicts a Native American mother and daughter gathering the fruit of the cacti. The women of the tribe would gather the fruit by stabbing it with a long stick and cutting it off with a knife. This fruit is commonly referred to as prickly pear or cactus fruit. Prickly pear was used to make jellies and used in dyeing fabrics. The original is sold. This listing is for a giclée canvas print. Add hand-coloring to your print to have the artist apply brushstrokes over the top of your canvas print, which makes your print a one-of-a-kind reproduction. For more information on giclée prints please click here. All prints are signed and numbered by the artist.