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Northwest Coast First Nations Art Gallery

Browse our stunning collection of masks, prints, gold and silver jewelry, wood carvings and more. Featured works from over 50 talented First Nation artists.

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Northwest Coast First Nations Art Gallery

Browse our stunning collection of masks, prints, gold and silver jewelry, wood carvings and more. Featured works from over 50 talented First Nation artists.

I-Hos Gallery Collection of Traditional Cedar & Basket Weaving by Hereditary Chief Elder Christina Cox. Christina Cox comes from the Nuu-Chah-Nulth First Nation and has been a resident in the Comox Valley, along with her family for many years. Christina has kept up with the tradition of basket weaving and has passed it on to her daughter. Basket Weaving, Hand Weaving, Cox And Cox, Sea Birds, Abalone Shell, Vancouver Island, First Nations, Shells, Colours

Christina Cox

The weavers of the Nuu-chah-nulth Nation produce some of the finest and most delicately woven pieces from split cedar bark and swamp grass. The bark and grasses are harvested, soaked and split to create baskets, hats, trays and more. This basket has the seabird design.The grass is dyed and woven to depict seabirds in varying colours. Measurements: 3 1/2" x 2 3/4"

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