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    eagle melded w black wolf
    [original yel]


    David Gonzales, of the Squamish Nation, has created a truly spectacular piece – a dramatic and original use of the highly vertical format, with a synthesis of two distinct creatures intertwined. There is the bald eagle at the top – the white hues of the yellow cedar reflecting the white of the mature bald eagle head as seen in the wild. The eye is abalone shell, gleaming out at the viewer. The eagle’s body retains the white of the tail and of the claws. The piece then flows into a black wolf, its obsidian colouring shining out, it’s teeth clearly outlined, its upright body ready to spring. The wolf eye is also abalone shell, bright, missing nothing as it peers out into the woodland world—or into the room or gallery where this beautiful piece will find its home. This vertically continuous piece is very light weight, even if it is 24 inches in height. It will be easily hung as a wall plaque or placed in a framed box of your choosing, designed to set it off from the surrounding background. Yellow cedar, acrylic paint. v61xw11-thk2c (v24”x w4.5”x3/4” thk)

Keywords: Aboriginal art, Indian art, First Nations, Haida, Tsekani, KwAGiulth, Cree, Coast Salish, West Coast, Coastal, British Columbia, BC, Canada, Lower Mainland, North Vancouver, Indian carvings, Indian paintings, carvings, drawings, jewelry, pendants, medallions, crests, clan, painting, carve, street art, online gallery, online store, online shop, shopping, gifts, homeless, Downtown East Side, DTES, Vancouver, poverty, vulnerable, at risk, near homeless, shelters, plaques, awards, fair trade, Marylee Stephenson.


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