Scow, Dale

Dale Scow is a member of the Kwakwaka’wakw First Nation, originating from Alert Bay, a small island off Vancouver Island, Canada’s Pacific Northwest Coast. He is following his father’s tradition. Dale took to carving naturally at age 11 and very early proved his talent for this art. He is part of a very large family or artists. His designs are colorful and easy recognizable. He loves to carve in cedar – the traditional wood used by his ancestors.

Raven and Moon, cedar, by Dale Scow

Raven and Moon, cedar, by Dale Scow

Raven and Moon, red cedar, hand carved by Dale Scow, Kwakiulth First Nation

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Kolus wall art, cedar, by Dale Scow

Kolus wall art, cedar, by Dale Scow

Thunderbirds little brother, by Dale Scow, Kwakiulth First Nation

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Killer Whale, red cedar, by Dale Scow - SOLD

Killer Whale, red cedar, by Dale Scow - SOLD

Circular red cedar Killer Whale, jumping, by Dale Scow, Kwakwaka'wakw

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Beautiful Eagle, red cedar, hand carved by Dale Scow - SOLD

Beautiful Eagle, red cedar, hand carved by Dale Scow - SOLD

Eagle by Dale Scow, red cedar, Kwakiulth First Nation

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Salmon, cedar, hand carved by Dale Scow - SOLD

Salmon, cedar, hand carved by Dale Scow - SOLD

Red cedar, hand carved Salmon by Dale Scow from Alert Bay, BC

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