Sisuił (Sea Serpent) and Tłisa̱la (Sun) original acrylic painting by Karver Everson from the K’ómoks and Kwaguʼł First Nations.
The Sisiutl or Sea Serpent symbolizes protection, supernatural power and revival. It is one of the most powerful symbols in Kwakwaka’wakw culture. The Sisiutl/Sisiulth is a supernatural three-headed serpent that possesses shapeshifting abilities and the ability to turn spectators into stone when gazed upon.
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The Sun Symbol represents life-giving abundance with its warmth radiating healing and peace.
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The framed painting measures 38.5 inches wide and 30.5 inches high.
Acid-free Stonehenge paper, acrylic paint.
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