Beautiful solid piece of yellow cedar. EAGLE wall art carving by master artist Alfred Robertson from Kingcome Inlet, a member of the Kwagiulth First Nation. Adorned with lots of cedar bark, cedar rope, beautifully painted in traditional colors, still showing the natural grain of the wood. The color of the wood around the eye is natural grain.
Carved in the front, signed at the back, made and prepared for wall hanging, hanger already attached. Cedar bark: 23" x 15" x 1 1/2 (59 x 38 x 4 cm). Meaning: The Eagle symbolizes grace, power and great intellect. It is a sacred and noble creature representing power and prestige to the First Nations people of the. It symbolizes wisdom and has a special and direct connection to the creator.
Alfred Robertson , Kwakwakawakw First Nations, was born 1950 in Kingcome Inlet, British Columbia, Canada. Alfred learned to carve from his father, William Robertson, and has carved with his brother, Sampson Robertson. Alfred carves in yellow and red cedar wood. He lives now on Vancouver Island and teaches basic carving skills to elementary school children.
Alfred is a very well known and very well liked Northwest Coast Native artists who is preserving the carving traditions of his people. If you love authentic native Art, please also have a look at my other listings and don't forget to save/follow my store to. Make sure you don't miss out. I'm adding new pieces every week.
Fuer meine deutschsprachigen Kunden: Sollten Sie Fragen haben, bitte zoegern Sie nicht. The item "First Nations Northwest Coast native cedar hand carved Eagle wall art, LARGE" is in sale since Tuesday, November 5, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Canada\ Aboriginal". The seller is "7348annette" and is located in British Columbia.
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