Kulus Headdress

wood carving

Kulus Headdress - wood carving by Troy Roberts
The Kulus is Troy's Family Crest.

The Kulus is a supernatural bird who has the ability to transform into a man - the Kulus lives high in the sky. Some characteristics of the Kulus are his thick supernatural feathers and his great strength.

Headdresses - have a range of functions (sacred, shamanic, practical, ornamental, protective. They may also indicate status and feature crests to display clan associations.

Carved from red cedar with acrylic paint and varathane.

Kulus Headdress
Height - 10 "
Width - 14 "
1453 Cliffe Crescent
V9W 7K6, Campbell Indian Reserve
Campbell River, B.C., Canada
Tel: 250-830-0145 (international: +1 250-830-0145)