Saddle Rock is the current name of the rock formation that towers over the city of Wenatchee, Washington. The formation was named Two Bears by the Wenatchi Tribe of the P'squosa Native Americans and is based on the tribal tale of ml̓x̌aƛ (black bear) and štǝm̓tám̓ǝl (grizzly bear). The two bears were constantly quarreling and šǝmyáw (coyote) became tired of them fighting, so he turned them both into stone.
This hand embroidered original of Saddle Rock (Two Bears) is encased in a custom maple frame with walnut inlays. It measures 14x8 and is ready to hang with picture wire.