Cry Of The Whippoorwill

Bad News.  Like Owl, Whippoorwill is said to be “a harbinger of bad news because according to one [Ojibwa] Elder, whenever people heard the bird, someone was either hurt or dead.”[1]

Some pictures of a recent custom piece.

The Whippoorwill’s Song

Limited edition of 100. Made to order.

1. Excerpted from “Aboriginal People and Birds: A Brief Cultural History of Manitoba’s First People”. The Birds of Manitoba. Winnipeg: Manitoba Naturalists Society, 2003. 56, 59-60.

Posted on February 15, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. What a beautiful piece.

  2. phenomenal
    overflowing with wonderful detail

  3. Thank you for the lovely comments, ladies! 😉

  4. I have shared this link with a few folks, and one just emailed me back and was blown away.
    Your work is deeply spiritual and very moving. Thank you…

  5. You are blessed with such a beautiful gift. Through your hands
    Comes the beauty of this world. Thank you for sharing your gift

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