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Raven Steals the Sun - Alaska Native Inupiaq drawing

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Raven Steals the Sun - Alaska Native Inupiaq drawing

A vivid portrayal of Raven flying up into the sky carrying the sun....

Inspiration: Raven stories are plentiful in Native mythology. In one Inupiaq story he tricks a man into thinking he was his grandson so that he can steal the sun. At the end of the story he transforms back into his Raven form and flies off with the ball of light, depositing it into the sky where it remains today....

Details: the original drawing was created using professional ink pens and colored pencils. This drawing combines organic textures and graphic lines in a wonderful way, a definite eye catching piece. Great for the office, a housewarming gift or any per occasion that needs good energy.

Choose your size: Available in three sizes at this time....ACEO (2.5 x 3.5) , 5 x 7, or 8 x 10.

This image is printed on museum quality paper with high quality artist inks which gives it the look and feel of the original drawing. Each print his signed by the artist.

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Raven Steals the Sun - Alaska Native Inupiaq drawing

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