This one-of-a-kind painting is an original entitled "Mountain Elk". This wilderness scene is painted on a 1930's deerhide from Mt. Shasta, California and is one of seven hides perfected preserved for a historic tribute to the Shasta indigenious peoples. The 55" x 60" acrylic hangs from a Pacific driftwood tree limb and is decorated with local turkey feathers from the Flathead region. Beads are yellow and cobalt blue padre beads along with 3" aged bone hair pipe. Silver horsetil hair dangles from 2' reversed abolone discs.