‘Moonsongs with Thunderbird’ by Richard Sedillo


Only 1 left in stock

Categories: , ,
Spread the love


‘Moonsongs with Thunderbird’ by Richard Sedillo

A stunning carved wooden statue by Richard Sedillo (Navajo-Apache) which won First Place Blue Ribbon at the Gallup Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial in New Mexico, which Annabel Du Boulay attended.

Carved from Cedar on Red Cedar with a Silver Thunderbird medallion and Turquoise. Cedar is an important Native American ceremonial wood and herb associated with prayer, healing and protection. The Thunderbird represents power, protection and strength. Turquoise was more precious than gold to the Native American tribes, symbolising the sky, life-giving water, blessings, good fortune, protection, good health and longevity.

Both sides of the statue are carved, with the pueblo (his home-village) etched inside the Native American Indian’s blanket, whilst he holds his feather, the symbol of his courage and integrity.

He stands strong and proud, a wise warrior and protector of his home and community.

Additional information

Weight1020 kg
Dimensions370 × 160 × 130 cm

Indigenous Community


, ,


There are no reviews yet.

Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.

© Annabel Du Boulay 2020. privacy policy and terms Photos: Ali Cherkis, Au Ra, Nick Du Boulay, Jon Hall & Stefan Zabel. Website by S7

Annabel Du Boulay Avalon Rose Circle Cropped

Join our Circle

Join our Avalon Rose Circle with weekly inspiration