"Raven Steals the Sun" is based off of the Haida myth of the raven who steals the sun and created sunlight for the world.

Haida Raven

Eagle Strike by Native American Artist Alano Edzerza is a The Silkscreen Print limited to an edition of Eagle is the symbol of great wisdom, and power.

Nankil'slas by Leewano on deviantART | Haida Raven Spirit

A quick little thing I did in the attempt to battle my art block. Heavily inspired by Haida and Tlingit art styles and stories of the Raven Spirit. took roughly 30 minutes (smoothing out the .

Tribal Dragon #5 by BlackDragonSong A fan of dragons? Check out Living Stone by Tyler Clapp (Also from August 11-15, 2014 Tyler’s Twinssoul: Brothers  is free! Another dragon story)

Tribal Dragon by BlackDragonSong A fan of dragons? Check out Living Stone by Tyler Clapp (Also from August 2014 Tyler’s Twinssoul: Brothers is free! Another dragon story) Más

Todd Jason Backer - Eagle

First Nation Artists

Eagle Image detail for -Northwest coast Native Art - Clarence A. Wells Beaver Art on wood used .

Haida Northwest Coast Indian Native Salmon Art Print Banner on Canvas, HUGE! in prints

silk screened on canvas, early Likely of the Haida nation of British Columbia.

The owl was seen as a very sacred (wakan) symbol to most of the Native American tribes. All tribes though, recognised the owl as having great powers. The Lakota Warrior would paint dark circles around there eyes, symbolising membership of the Owl Society, allowing the warrior to gain better

The owl was seen as a very sacred (wakan) symbol to most of the Native American tribes. All tribes though, recognised the owl as having great powers. The Lakota Warrior would paint dark circles around there eyes, symbolising membership of the Owl Society, allowing the warrior to gain better

Native American Thunderbird | Thunderbird with Bear

The Spirit of the Thunderbird flies to all four corners of the Earth and brings the people back to the natural way of life not through religion or a Native American way but through the ‘Old Way’ that once belonged to all humans. WA’NA’NEE’CHE’

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