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Rainbringer

Created in 1990 and renovated in 2011, Craig Jacobrown’s “Rainbringer” on High School Road and Madison Avenue is a Suquamish-style painted wood carving dedicated to Chief Henry Seaweed of the Nakwux-tuk tribe in the Kwakwaka-wakw band whose family crest is the Thunderbird.

Medium type: Paint; Steel; Wood

Date created: 1990

Dimensions: 15 ft. tall by 12 ft. wide

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Location

High School Rd and Madison Ave, Bainbridge Island, WA, 98110

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