Hummingbirds Sculpture by Doug Horne

Hummingbirds Sculpture by Doug Horne

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Another beautiful piece of Art from the First Nations of the Pacific Northwest Coast of British Columbia.

Have a close look at the images of this piece - absolutely superb craftsmanship by the Master artist Doug (Bear) Horne

Hummingbird’s Totem Sculpture – Birds of Love

Beautiful pine, hand carved, hand painted, vibrant blue color, polished, very clean lines, elegant expression, just a gorgeous piece of Indigenous Art and easy recognizable as one of Doug's pieces of Art. Signed and dated!

Measurements: 17" x 6" x 2" (43.5 x 13 x 5 cm)

Meaning: The Hummingbird teaches you to appreciate and love the miracle of living and to help you focus on the positivity in your life. They represent friendship, playfulness and are a symbol of good luck. Hummingbirds are very independent and seem to have an unlimited energy supply. They symbolize wonder, love and beauty.

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About This Artist

Doug (Bear) Horne is son of master carver Doug Lafortune from Tsawout First Nation and Kathleen Horne from Pacheedaht First Nation. Doug has grown up in the Tsawout community, and since early childhood has been immersed in Coast Salish art,...Artist bio and other available works »

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