Yellow cedar Bear and Salmon, 28" hand carved by Bear (Doug) Horne
- Nation: Coast Salish Art, Squamish, Native North American Art
- Artist: Horne, Bear (Doug)
- Type: Wall panels and wall plaques
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So beautiful, superb craftsmanship, beautiful design
Gorgeous piece of yellow cedar
BEAR with SALMON by First Nations master artist Bear (Doug) Horne, a member of the Coast Salish First Nation, coming from a large Family of artists.
This piece is so easy recognizable as Doug's artwork. Look at the lines, truly rich and detailed, the expression of the Bear is playful and refined. It's just amazing how Doug always masters to give an elegant and yet powerful expression into his pieces. This is highly decorative and makes every room. It has a hanger already attached so all you need is a nail in your wall. Doug signed and dated the piece in the back. It's a big piece, the colors are vibrant and just truly outstanding.
Measurements: 28" diameter, 2" thick (71 cm x 5 cm)
Meaning The Bear is a symbol for power, courage, physical strength and leadership. Warrior's e.g. are known to wear bear claw necklaces which meant protection. In Haida culture the Bear is referred to as "Elder Kinsman" and was treated like a high ranking guest. The Salmon symbolizes prosperity, renewal and fertility. They are one of the most important and highest respected animals of all since they have been the primary food source from the beginning of time to the Northwest Coast First Nations.
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