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    kissing frogs- limited edn
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    Kissing Frogs: Haida artist Eric Parnell brings his wry sense of humour and his enchanting artistic vision to this unique portrayal of two frogs -- kissing. Frogs have a very important role in the stories and traditional practices of the Haida peoples. Haida princes are said to have attended feasts wearing necklace chains made of living Frogs. The Haida carved Frog on house poles to prevent them from falling over. They also included them in many other carvings, from feast bowls to totem poles. Frogs on Haida Gwaii, B.C.'S Haida Gwaii Islands, are actually northern toads. One Haida name for Frog (toad) is "crab of the woods". This is #20 of a limited edition of 100 prints, signed and numbered by the Eric Parnell, copyright, published in 2014. printed on 100lb acid free smooth paper. V36 cm(14”) x h28cm (11”) (mailed with rigid cardboard, in clear, acid-free plastic wrapper)

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