Northwest Native American Cedar Hand-carved Paddle 60" Long Haida Raven Design
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Northwest Native American Cedar Hand-carved Paddle 60" Long Haida Raven Design:
This listing is for one new, hand-carved, Red Cedar paddle by First Nations Northwest Coast Native artist, Ross Henderson. Great hung vertically or horizontally, these paddles fit in those awkward areas: above doorways, on narrow walls, behind the couch. Two hung together horizontally looks really great!Each paddle measures 60" long by 6" wide and there are three designs available: Raven - A symbol of transformation and creation, the raven is a primary crest symbol in Northwest Coast Native cultureSchool of Salmon - A symbol of the life cycle, there is no better gift for those fishermen/sailors/swimmers in your life when considering the significance of the paddle and salmonEagle - A symbol of friendship and pride, this design is quintessentially Vancouver Island and will "pop" on any wallBorn in 1970, Ross resides in Fort Rupert, BC. As a teenager he was influenced by his brother, Jonathan Henderson. He works with Kwakwaka’wakw artist Trevor Hunt and has been seriously carving since 2002. He works in a traditional Kwakwaka'wakw style and enjoys carving masks, Hamat'sa masks and paddles. He prides himself on his clean lines and knowledge of Kwakiutl design.Keywords: "Haida mask", "Haida Jewelry", "totem pole", "pacific northwest", "wall hanging"