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Riding the Sisiutl (SOLD)

WUULHU Bracken Hanuse Corlett

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Wuikinuxv and Klahoose Nations
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The sisiutl is a legendary creature found in many of the cultures of the Indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast. It is typically depicted as a double-headed serpent with fish qualities, sometimes with an additional central face of a supernatural being. The sisuitl features prominently in Pacific Northwest art, dances and songs. The sisuitl is closely associated with shamans because both are seen as mediators between the natural and supernatural worlds.

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Location Canada
Region Northwest Coast
Artist WUULHU Bracken Hanuse Corlett
NWC Nation N/A
Date Created 2019
Dimensions 16"X60"
Materials & Edition Red cedar surfboard panel with acrylic paint

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