Spawning Chinook

One-of-a-kind original print 
Size: 27.5” high X 43.5” wide in three individual panels

This image depicts the ancient ritual of Salmon spawning. Cedar Boughs brush the waters of a coastal river. A male and female Chinook are swimming above their Redd, or spawning area. She has spent weeks preparing the stones to receive her eggs which she has just dropped. They both will perish soon after providing food for the insect sin the river who will in turn feed their young when they emerge months an endless round of life.

Archivally mounted on 3 hardwood panels with black enameled 1.75” thick edges.

Type: Unknown Type