Kingfisher - sailing in wind by Brian Bob

Kingfisher - sailing in wind by Brian Bob

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KINGFISHER - dancing or sailing in the wind wall panel by Nootka Master artist Brian Bob

The eyes are inlaid with Abalone, beautifully stained to accentuate the natural grain of the wood (yellow cedar, flat grain). Very deep carving, gorgeous flow, superb craftsmanship!! Signed at the back - prepared for wall hanging - just a powerful statement piece, depicting love and patience. So beautiful

Measurements: 17" x 11" x 1 1/2" (43 x 28 x 4 cm)

Meaning: Kingfisher is generally viewed positively, as a messenger and a sign of good luck to come. Kingfisher are very bold in their actions, the kingfisher will dive headlong into the water to catch small fish. It teaches us how to plunge into the unknown with confidence and not with fear. It is a symbol for success and prosperity

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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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