Totem Mother

Totem Mother - Panoramic Vertical Images
Limited edition of 500 prints in sizes of 30" and above.

"Carved in cedar, the totem poles of Kitwanga, northern British Columbia, are stately monuments which proclaim the owner’s clan status and inherited family traditions. This totem, which is over a century old, was depicted in a painting by Emily Carr in 1928. It belonged to Chief Wiha of the Wolf Clan and depicts a mother-figure, named Will-a-daugh, tenderly holding her infant child."