Custom Light for the Nisqually Indian Tribe
We are frequently asked to convert artwork into a light fixture. In this case, we were asked to take a simple logo of the Nisqually Indian Tribe and make a sample bathroom light fixture. The artwork is very intrinsic with many layers representing the importance of Mt Rainier, Salmon Fishing and Long Boats.
The Nisqually Tribe is located on the Nisqually River in rural Thurston County, 15 miles east of Olympia, Washington. The Nisqually people have lived in the watershed for thousands of years. According to legend, the Squalli-absch (ancestors of the modern Nisqually Indian Tribe), came north from the Great Basin, crossed the Cascade Mountain Range and erected their first village in a basin now known as Skate Creek, just outside the Nisqually River Watershed’s southern boundary. Later, a major village would be located near the Mashel River.
The Nisqually have always been a fishing people. The salmon has not only been the mainstay of their diet, but the foundation of their culture as well. The Nisqually Tribe is the prime steward of the Nisqually River fisheries resources, and operate two fish hatcheries: one on Clear Creek and one on Kalama Creek.
This Custom Nisqually Bath light is just one example of the talents of our company. Call us now if you have project or light you would like us to make for you. We would be happy to help.