Orca Killer Whale, inlaid, by Brian Bob

Orca Killer Whale, inlaid, by Brian Bob

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Killer Whale (Orca) wall art carving by master artist Brian Bob from the Nootka First Nation

This piece truly is incredible, powerful presence, inlaid with abalone (mother of pearl). Brian signed it at the back. Brian pays so much attention to details and the cuts are so deep and clean, it clearly shows his many many years of experience and his talent for this art. Just a gorgeous piece of Indigenous Art from the Pacific Northwest. The images are nice, but they don't do it justice. 

Measurements: 29" x 11" x 1 1/2" (74 x 28 x 4 cm)

Meaning: The killer whale is a symbol for romance and harmony as Whales mate for life. The Whale is very family oriented and known to travel in large groups, never to be alone. They symbolize great luck and happiness, community and protection. They are a known to always be working together, take care of each other and to always help and protect each other

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About This Artist

Brian Bob is a member of the Nuu-chah-nulth (Nootka) First Nation, originating from Vancouver Island, Canada’s Pacific Northwest Coast. His Indian name is Qquyutsapool which means “Policer of the wolves”. Brian’s mother is...Artist bio and other available works »

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