Corrine Hunt is a member of the Raven ‘Gwa’wina’ Clan from Ts’akis, a Kwakiutl village, on Vancouver Island. Her paternal grandmother, A’neesla’ga,’ was a Tlingit noblewoman from Alaska.
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Foot Lining: Sheepskin Shearling
Height: 12" Tall
Materials: Grain Leather
Sole: Tipi Vibram
The Hummingbird & Flower mukluk pattern was designed by Aboriginal artist Corrine Hunt. To Corrine, the hummingbird is a symbol of peace, tranquility, community, nurturing and love. "The hummingbird has a pleasant energy; it is unlike any other bird," she says. The Hummingbird and Flower design reminds us of the connectivity between all living things; the hummingbird draws from the flower as the flower draws from the Earth. In this design, Corrine honours a ceremonious circle of life. We are bound through our connectedness and are therefore bound to care for each other- just as the Earth, the flower and the hummingbird are bound and connected.