Killer Whale Bronze "Chief of the Undersea World"
Killer Whale Bronze sculpture Chief of the Undersea World by Haida Artist Bill Reid. This great bronze killer whale is at the entrance to the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre in Stanley Park Vancouver BC.
Totem Poles Photos - Gitanyow was formerly named Kitwancool. The band government changed its name from the Kitwancool Indian Band to the Gitanyow Indian Band in 1991. New Aiyansh, Northern British Columbia, Canada, First Nation Stock Photos :: gitanyow_totem_poles_001
Kitwanyou Totem Poles, Nass Valley, Northern British Columbia, Canada
HARVEY JOHN Original Haida Carvings
BoJames Bama was born in Manhattan in 1926, he grew up copying Alex Raymond's Flash Gordon comic strip. He had his first professional sale when he was 15, a drawing of Yankee Stadium in the New York Journal-American. He graduated from New York's High School of Music and Art and entered the Army Air Corps, working as a mechanic, mural painter, and physical training instructor. When discharged from the service, and back in New York City, he studied drawing and anatomy at the Art Students…
Canoes of the First Nations of the Pacific Northwest
The First Nations people of the Northwest Coast are renowned for their elegantly engineered canoes. Ranging in length from three to twenty metres, canoes were essential for travel, transport, hunting, and trade. Different coastal communities developed distinctive styles to suit their particular needs. Each canoe is made from a single cedar log, carved and steamed into shape. Haida canoes were exquisite craft hewn from the gigantic red cedar that grows on Haida Gwaii and were highly prized by…