Karver Everson

Thunderbird and Killer Whale Original Painting

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  • Thunderbird and Killer Whale Original Painting

Karver Everson

Thunderbird and Killer Whale Original Painting

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Thunderbird and Killer Whale original acrylic painting by Karver Everson from the K’ómoks and Kwaguł First Nation.  The framed painting measures 38.5 inches wide and 30.5 inches high.

The Thunderbird Symbol represents power, protection, and strength. He is often seen as the most powerful of all spirits and can also transform into human form by opening his head up like a mask and taking his feathers off as if they were a mere blanket. Under his wings are lightning snakes, which he can use as a tool or weapon.

Find more information about and examples of The Thunderbird Northwest Coast First Nations symbol.

The Orca or Killer Whale symbolizes family, romance, longevity, harmony, travel, community and protection. He is said to protect those who travel away from home, and to lead them back when the time comes. Orcas will often stay their whole life with the same pod and raise each calf with care.

Find more information about and examples of The Orca/Killer Whale Northwest Coast First Nations symbol.


 Materials: Acid-free Stonehenge paper, acrylic paint.

This is an original framed painting and is not eligible for shipping. Please contact us for details.