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Larry Rosso Carrier Artist

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Larry Rosso was very well known in the Northwest Coast Native art market during the 1980s and 1990s for his impeccable bentwood boxes and modern designs. He was taught by Doug Cranmer and was influenced by Lloyd Wadhams Sr and Amos Dawson. In 1987/88, he worked with Robert Davidson on a house front project and continued a three year apprenticeship with Robert. Larry's carvings were often re-creations of Carrier designs and artifacts, from the Hazelton area, and his graphic designs were influenced by Kwakwaka'wakw traditions. Larry's work consisted of carving feast bowls, coffee tables, bent boxes, wall panels and masks...

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'Ancient Killerwhale' by Reg Davidson

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Native Art Prints just received Reg Davidson's new limited edition print, titled Ancient Killerwhale. It measures 27" x 18" and is from an edition of 175. It is priced at $360 CAD. At first glance, this design resembles a bentwood box composition. The whale figure is not explicit; hence Reg's "ancient" designation. The head of the whale is in the upper right quadrant of the piece, with teeth showing, and a green labret. Below the head, in the lower right quadrant, is a crouching human figure, representing an ancestor. The lower left quadrant is comprised of a compressed pectoral fin,...

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Alano Edzerza Prints

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Alano Edzerza has been involved in artistic endeavours since a young age, receiving an award for sculpture from the Victoria, BC School Board at the age of 13. He started learning about Northwest Coast art from his family; in particular, from Terrence Campbell. In 2002, Alano attended school in Arizona under the instruction of Rick Charlie. He has worked with artists: Jay Simeon, Marcel Russ, Phil Gray, Corey Bulpitt, Beau Dick, Mark Preston and Dempsey Bob. As of late, Alano has been working with glass and experimenting with this medium. In October of 2007, Alano had his first solo show...

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Ben Houstie Prints

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  Native Art Prints recently added two new prints by Heiltsuk artist, Ben Houstie. They both depict Frog in the same design but are available in two colours: red and green. This print is available for only $35.00 CAD each.   The frog as spirit animal or totem reminds us of the transient nature of our lives. As symbol of transition and transformation, this spirit animal supports us in times of change. Strongly associated with the water element, it connects us with the world of emotions, as well as the process of cleansing, whether it’s physical, emotional, or more spiritual....

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'Thanks?' by Clinton Work

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'Raven Bringing Light to the World' is a familiar creation myth in many Native cultures and its story is often recaptured in different interpretations. Kwakwaka'wakw artist Clinton Work has chosen to see the story in both a positive and negative light in his first limited edition print titled Thanks?. The fractured image depicts the exact moment that Raven brought light to the world, showing the momentary transition from darkness to light. The formline switches from positive to negative, contrasting this change. This piece shows how this transformation was a balance of positive and negative effects, stimulating thought about light and...

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