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The Hummingbird brings happiness and joy when they return in the spring after a long winter. Hummingbirds is a feminine symbol representing beauty, intelligence, peace and love. In Pacific Northwest Coast First Nations art the Hummingbird is portrayed with a long thin beak, a large round head and large outspread wings. She is often depicted surrounded by fauna, and with beak embedded in a flower. Hummingbird is always portrayed in a profile view.
Kelly Robinson was born in 1981 in Nanaimo, British Columbia. Kelly Robinson's roots and family originate in Bella Coola, BC with descendants from both the Nuxalk and Nuu-chah-nulth nations. He was exposed to First Nations artwork from an early age and has always been interested in learning and refining the art- specifically the unique design forms of the Nuxalk.