The Williams family has been carved into the history and land of Seattle for generations. The result of this long family tradition is a style that is not only traditional but a spiritual heritage. The Williams family are members of the Nu-chah-Nulth of Ditidaht First Nations. They are from the Thunder Bird Longhouse. The family's carving style is that of the Nitinat tradition.
Rick has been able to take the traditional Nitinat style of his father and adapt a variety of colors to blend with his artistic vision. They have been been carving for many generations.
- 12" tall x 12" wide
- Hand carved yellow cedar
- Rick Williams name carved into back of pole
- Made in Seattle, WA
All proceeds go towards the United Indians' programs and services which support the urban Native community.