Owl with Owlet Totem Pole by Salish artist Francis Horne Sr.
Carved from an old-growth red cedar log depicting an owl with an owlet on the lower right side. The Owl is called the Night Eagle because of its keen vision. This gives the Owl totem a special connection to the night and the moon. The Owl is the harbinger of truth, particularly to self, and a creature that brings magic on its wings.
This pole measures to be 8 feet high by 1.9 feet wide and 1.2 feet deep.
( 97" H x 23" W x 15" D)