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Edition 12 Title for this print translates in the Umatilla language for "river three" " The language of moving waters, of rivers and streams, inspired the prints 'Wana'. The work is a layering of the same image printed on three different Japanese papers. These layers suggest the physical and symbolic depths of the river and the currents of salmon that swim upriver. Wanting to honor the Native peoples of the region, I chose the Umatilla word for river, Wana, as the title of the prints. The river gives life." Truman Lowe.