Sisiutl - Sea Serpent by Carl Stephen Wamiss

Sisiutl - Sea Serpent by Carl Stephen Wamiss

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Sisiutl - Sea Serpent

Meaning: The Sisiutl is a symbol for healing power and magic. It's closely associated with war and strength, the Sisiutl is known to be invulnerable and to provide protection from harm.

signed by Carl Stephen Wamiss from the Tswataineiuk First Nations, originating from Kingcome Inlet, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Dated October 1996

Really fabulous carving, very deep, detailed clean painting. Have a look at the images, they speak for themselves....

Measurements: 14" x 14" (36 cm x 36 cm)

Note: this piese has been professionally restored which is NOT visible at all from the front, so I added a picture from the back

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About This Artist

CARL STEPHEN WAMISS, is a member of the Tswataineuk First Nation. He was born 1957 and started his carving career when he was very young.  Artist bio and other available works »

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