Thunderbird Perspective


30×40 inches acrylic on canvas. The First Nations children would be terrified by the summer thunderstorms. The would go to the mothers and she would say not to worry it is a giant bird, the thunderbird flying overhead. The beating of the winds is the thunder and when the eyes open is the lightning. The thunderbird is also a family crest on the many totem poles.

Dimensions 23 × 29 in

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Dimensions 23 × 29 in