Carved in traditional yellow cedar, this Beaver Clan plaque is by Nishga carver Maury Clark. The Very nicely balanced and symmetrical frontal presentation of the Beaver is enhanced by the texture created by the adze carved field. Note the small Beaver in the crown. Signed on the reverse by the artist. Circa 1980. Width 11" Height 11.75"
A classic painted canvas and wool lined work vest by Haida artist Bernice Williams whose Tribal name is Skundal. Williams is not only a well known artist and carver in her own right but is known for being the first woman carver to apprentice with world renowned Haida artist Bill Reid. This work vest is signed and dated 1990. It is very lightly soiled and has one small area of spotting which we have not attempted to clean. 30.75" in length X 21" at the bottom and 20.5" at the chest ...click for details
A very refined, Thunderbird transformation figure in yellow cedar, by Henry Venn Robertson of the Kemano/Kitlope Nation. Signed on the base, Henry V Robertson and GA-BA-Gawk which is his traditional name, Ten Rivers, along with the date, 93-94.
In a local collection for the last 16 years. H:10: base 4". A small hairline crack in the right ear or an old repair. Very hard to see.