To some tribes the Bear was a symbol of renewed life as the bear would hibernate through the winter and re-appear in the spring. A Brave, while hunting and coming upon a bear emerging from it’s hibernation had but two choices, either run or attempt to kill it. This crow Brave was successful in his choice and honored the bear by painting it’s representation on his shield to aid in calling on the power of the bear to safeguard the brave in battle. Indians believed bears to have the power to fend off most of the bullets and arrows shot at it and that the bear could bestow these powers on those it wished to help.
Kills Bear, has been limited to 3 signed and numbered original art pieces.