Blue Heron, yellow cedar, black rim by Bear (Doug) Horne - SOLD
- Nation: Tsawout art, Coast salish art, native artists of Vancouver Island
- Artist: Horne, Bear (Doug)
- Type: Wall panels and wall plaques
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Another absolutely fabulous piece of Indigenous art - truly highest quality and simply: Beautiful!
Blue Heron - so graceful, by world wide known First Nation artist Bear (Doug) Horne from the Coast Salish First Nations.
large wall art carving, fully hand carved, painted in vibrant blue-grey with white accents and black painted frame - absolutely stunning. As always, easy recognizable as one of Bear's artwork, just so elegant. The expression is warm, lovely and just gorgeous.
You can clearly see all the knife marks on this solid piece of yellow cedar. just a proof of the many hours and days it takes to finish such a piece. So much work went into it. It's signed at the back, made and prepared for wall hanging, hanger already attached.
Measurements: 24" x 11" x 1"
Meaning: In the native culture of the Pacific Northwest Coast First Nations, the Heron is known to be a “lucky charm” for successful fishing. He is a symbol of grace, elegance, patience and good luck. At the same time Heron’s are known to be loner and in some tribes are associated with weakness for flattery and vanity
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