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Spirit Sperm Whale Painting at Bonehenge

Written by Keith_Rittmaster. Posted in Uncategorized


For our Bonehenge building where we are re-articulating the sperm whale skeleton, Karen Hattman designed and painted a unique and beautiful painting for the outside of the building. It is her interpretation of the spirit of ‘our’ whale in the Pacific Northwest Native American style. It is a powerful experience to approach the building and be greeted by this image. I am certain that it will assist us and our work to honor the life of this great whale.

Journey of our sperm whale painting from her studio to its new home at Bonehenge
loading up from Karen’s studio and away down the driveway
lifting, positioning and attaching painting to building

covered for unveiling

Karen describing the symbolic meaning                                                                      unveiling the painting

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