Haida Raven Lyle Campbell, Haida Nation silkscreen, edition of 95 21.75" x 21.75" paper size
This design depicts the Raven, a quintessential figure in Haida Mythology. The Raven's head found tucked under a reversed wing. In the upper part of the image lightly suggested Tailfeathers. The Raven has the Ball of Light in his beak making a reference to the Raven Bringing Light into the World Story. Non-traditional colors at play in this flowing modern design. The Haida word for Raven is Yaahl.
Note: This piece is part of a set of 4 (as pictured). They are priced individually.