Northwest Coast First Nations Native Art Kwakwaka'wakw Bc Art Blue Heron Carving
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Northwest Coast First Nations Native Art Kwakwaka'wakw Bc Art Blue Heron Carving:
BLUE HERON BY SAMMY DAWSON 13SD24 Dimensions: Height: 25 Inches, Width: 5Inches
handmade piece, by Sammy Dawson, is carved from pine. The plaque is masterfully
carved; displaying clean cuts, deep carving and fantastic detail. The
piece is quite delicate and beautifully captures the image of a Blue Heron.
A stain has been applied that accentuates the wood grain and gives the
piece an aged feeling. Sammy has signed the back of the plaque and I will
provide a copy of his biography to the winning buyer. Free shipping within North America.
Place of Birth: Alert Bay, British Columbia
Birth Date: 1976
At the age of 12, after spending his early years in Alert bay watching his grandfather Chief William Robertson and other local carvers create masks along with other traditional regalia, Sammy began his carving career. He later apprenticed under dsitinguished Northwest Coast artists Simon Dick and Eddie McDougal.
Sammy creates masks, drums
as well as larger totems and other ceremonial pieces. His works have become
extremely collectable and his creations are represented in many of the
top native art galleries.
Coastal Treasures: Native Art Gallery
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