Yellow Cedar Raven by Doug Horne

Yellow Cedar Raven by Doug Horne

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Did you see this beautiful piece of cedar? So clean...

RAVEN wall art carving by the master artist Doug Horne from Vancouver Island, Coast Sallish First Nation

Superb example of elegant and powerful Indigenous Art. The cuts are so deep, close to perfect - this piece does not need any paint or any inlays, the yellow cedar is just gorgeous. It's polished and signed at the back, carved in front, prepared and ready for wall hanging.

Measurements: 17 1/2" x 11 1/2" x 1"

Meaning: The Raven is known to be the transformer, trickster and creator. In the Kwakwaka'wakw culture the Raven is known as the messenger of the sky and famous for being a somewhat mischievous glutton. He's always out to please himself and to have a good time. He's very adventurous.

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About This Artist

Doug (Bear) Horne is son of master carver Doug Lafortune from Tsawout First Nation and Kathleen Horne from Pacheedaht First Nation. Doug has grown up in the Tsawout community, and since early childhood has been immersed in Coast Salish art,...Artist bio and other available works »

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