New arrival by Doug Zilkie •
Thunderbird and Three Killer Whales
Red cedar wood, Acrylic paint •
Doug Zilkie is a very talented Haida artist and he has been carving in the Haida style since he was 16 years of age. He has gained valuable experience by working with such artist as Bill Reid, Don Yeomans, and Glen Rabena.Doug has gained an international reputation as a respected artist, with several notable commissions by the Canadian government. Doug continues to prove a multifaceted and distinctive artist, creating works in a variety of media including wood, bronze, silver, stone and graphics. As he continues to develop and excel at his craft, his artwork is increasingly sought after by collectors worldwide.
Looking for a simple and fabulous gift for this holiday season?
These wonderful Inukshuk jewelry with a book that will help understand the story behind the Inukshuks.
You can find these on our website or contact us to purchase!
Kulus Mask by Edwin Neel -Red Cedar wood, Acrylic paint •
In many legends, Kulus is referred to as the younger brother or sister of the Thunderbird. Kulus does not have feathers and is noted for its tick coat of white down; it is said to be so thick that the bird has the tendency to perspire, and is happy to remove his covering and become human for a while. This refers to the ability, like Thunderbird, to transform and become human.
In many origin stories, a Kulus flew down from heaven and shed his costume to become the founding ancestor of the tribe or clan.
•New Arrival by Joe Campbell: Coast Salish Nation •
•Eagle Bentwood Box
Made out of Yellow Cedar wood, Red Cedar wood and Acrylic paint •
Eagle is seen as a symbol of prestige, power, peace, wisdom and friendship.In NorthWest Coast culture, the Eagle is respected for its intelligence as well as its vision, both figurative and literal, thereby claiming both honour and high stature. As one of the most prominent beings in art and mythology, the Eagle is known for its grace and power. •
For more information on the piece, contact us through our website or contact us directly!
Beautifully carved Bear Frog Eagle Model Pole by Wilf Sampson. -Yellow Cedar wood and Acrylic paint •
Wilf Sampson is a member of Gitksan tribe of the Tsimshian nation. He has been desiging and carving Northwest Coast native art since 1981.
Wilf Sampson takes great pride in continuing the traditions of Northwest Coast native art •
Please contact us for more details (link in bio)
Visit the beautifully curated LIGHT exhibition this weekend! This exhibition combines the works of jewellers and metal artists in their exploration of light, presented by Vancouver Metal Arts Association at the Sidney & Gertrude Zack Gallery. A MUST SEE! Exhibition until @ Nov 12!
What does light mean to you? ❄️✨
Some pics of last evening's excellent opening BAF @burrardarts Vancouver ....Kim Kennedy Austin, @aka_kka and Andrew Kent, ......Austin' delightful suite of drawings took me back to my childhood and the ads I used to see in the back of comic books (but you don't have to be of a certain age to appreciate the work)... Andrew Kent's luscious graphite works are worthy of a look see by those who gravitate to seductive surfaces and a labour intensive method that must border on the devotional '..... #canadianartist#vancouvergallery#contemporaryart#opening#privateview
Looking for the perfect gift for someone special this holiday season?
Beautifully engraved, 18k Yellow and White gold Frog Ring by Frank Paulson.
Frank Paulson is a Haida artist and is inspired by the classic Haida crest symbols of the Eagle, Raven and Frog. Frank currently produces some of the finest Haida jewelry pieces found today.
For any inquiries, please contact our gallery.
Beautiful Hummingbird Pendant by Myles Edgars
Myles Edgars is a well-known Haida carver from Queen Charlotte City in Old Massett.
He specializes in carving indigenous animals fashioned in black slate, other wise known as argillite.
Myles is one of many Northwest Coast Native artist preserving the heritage of his people for future generations through his artwork.
For more info, visit our website or contact us!
This beautiful new Grizzly Bear Print by Jonathan Erickson. Jon is born in Terrace, BC and he is from the Nak’azdli Band of the Gitksan Nation. •
Grizzly Bear Design Serigraph
For more information, make sure to check out our website (link in Bio)
Or Contact us @604.684.9222
First day of Art Toronto 💪🏻. Rande & Carollyne at Fazakas Gallery’s SOLO booth S11. Portrait of Carollyne Yardley by Rande Cook.
“Carollyne: Raven Wonder Woman”, 2017, Rande Cook. Acrylic on canvas, 36” x 36”