Event Horizon

Dylan Thomas
2017
Sandblasted Cedar and Acrylic Paint
18” diameter
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Salish Owl

John Marston
2018
Carved black walnut
4’ diameter; 9.5” deep
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Ravens and Moon

Susan A. Point
2001
Etched Glass, Maple and Granite
25″ Diameter; 20″ Height
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20th Wedding
Anniversary Work
on Paper

Angela Marston
2017
13.5” x 20” x 0.5”
Paper, Dyes, Copper and Cedar Bark
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Ravens and Moon

Angela Marston
2017
20” x 16” x 5”
Yellow and Red Cedar, Cedar
Bark, Copper, Acrylic Paint
and Sea Pebbles
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River Blanket

Debra Sparrow
1986-89
43.5″ x 70″ with fringe
Wool
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Event Horizon

Dylan Thomas
2017
Sandblasted Cedar and Acrylic Paint
18” diameter
View Artist Bio

Salish Owl

John Marston
2018
Carved black walnut
4’ diameter; 9.5” deep
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Ravens and Moon

Susan A. Point
2001
Etched Glass, Maple and Granite
25″ Diameter; 20″ Height
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20th Wedding
Anniversary Work
on Paper

Angela Marston
2017
13.5” x 20” x 0.5”
Paper, Dyes, Copper and Cedar Bark
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Ravens and Moon

Angela Marston
2017
20” x 16” x 5”
Yellow and Red Cedar, Cedar
Bark, Copper, Acrylic Paint
and Sea Pebbles
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River Blanket

Debra Sparrow
1986-89
43.5″ x 70″ with fringe
Wool
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  • Dylan Thomas


    Dylan (Qwul’thilum) Thomas was born in Victoria, British Columbia in 1986. He is a member of the Lyackson First Nation, whose traditional territory is Valdes Island, one of the Gulf Islands of the Salish Sea. Dylan’s family upheld the Coast Salish culture and traditions and immersed him into the art of his ancestors at a … 

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  • Stan Greene


    Stan Greene was born in Mission, British Columbia in 1953. He is from Sto:lo (Fraser Valley), Semiahmoo (White Rock) and Niimíipu (Nez Perce from the Columbia River Plateau). Sto:lo means People of the River in the Halkomelem language. At the age of 13, inspired by his grandfather’s collection of carvings, Stan began carving. In 1976-77, … 

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  • Chris Paul


    Born near Victoria, British Columbia in 1969, Chris is as a member of the T’sartlip nation. He was immersed in Coast Salish art as a child, and was mentored by his uncle, Salish artist Charles Elliott. He also completed one year of training at the Gitanmaax School of Northwest Coast Art in ‘Ksan, and a … 

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  • Luke Marston


    Luke Marston (Ts’uts’umutl) is a member of the Stz’uminus (Chemainus) First Nation.  He was born in 1976 to carvers Jane and David Marston who introduced him to carving. He learned Salish history and traditional stories from the late Coast Salish artist Simon Charlie, and honed his talents in form, design and carving detailed finishing from … 

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