This image is based on a Makah tribal legend of a deep sea blade fish leading the different species of Salmon home to their natal rivers. Historians believe this was due to the presence of these rare fish washing up on the shores of the straits of Juan de Fuca during the same Spring and Fall migration time as the Salmon.
Image Size: 49"w X 23.75"h
This image comes on a 1- 5/8” deep panel made from FSC Birch with black lacquered sides, printed with archival inks, and sealed with matte varnish and UV coating.
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