Pin by Jennifer Dominguez on Native Canadian Graphic Art ( NW Coast - Woodland- etc ) | Native american art, Native art, Tribal art
May 12, 2014 - The Van Dop Gallery is Canadas leading contemporary fine art and craft gallery, showcasing over 100 Canadian and International artists in Trudy Van Dop's home and garden. Original and one of a kind works including paintings, native, garden art, glass, ceramic, metal, wood, fiber, sculpture, handcrafted home décor items and unique gifts.
Coastal Peoples Fine Arts Gallery: Northwest Coast Native Art Gallery
Coastal Peoples Gallery brings visitors and collectors together to experience a superb collection of fine
Free Inukshuk Bevel Panel Pattern
GST Publications has given Delphi special permission to share some of their most popular patterns for FREE GST produces a long running series of stained glass pattern books and premium glass bevels. Use this free pattern with the GST Inukshuk bevel cluster, item# GST30. The Inukshuk is an important symbol in Inuit culture and embodies the spirit and persistence of the Inuit People who live and flourish in one of the world's harshest environments. Find even more great GST products here at…
How to Draw Haida Art: 9 Steps (with Pictures)
Haida Art is one of the greatest art traditions in the world. This article will show you how to draw a salmon, which according to tradition symbolizes determination. Draw a rectangle and a curved line.
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Haida Northwest Coast Indian Native Salmon Art Print Banner on Canvas, HUGE! in X-SOLD GALLERY
What a fabulous large hanging exhibit banner and striking artwork! It features a remarkable Pacific Coast Native Indian image of two salmon in a circular design. It has the look and style of the Haida nation, a group that inhabits the northern coast of British Columbia. This is a tri-color silk screened print using oil based inks on thick cotton canvas in rich hues of earthy brown, aqua blue and black. It measures 29.5 inches wide by 41 inches tall, not counting the hanging cord. Northwest…