Raven Song

Dylan Thomas
2020
Carved yellow cedar and pyrophyllite inlays
10” x 21”
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Guardians of the Sky

Kelly Cannell
2015
Serigraph: Ink on Paper
18” x 28”
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Summer Loon

Margaret August
2019
Painted cedar bentwood box
6” x 7.25” x 5.5”
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Native Sisterhood

Susan Point
2019
26.5” x 22”
Serigraph: Ink on Paper
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Embracing Diversity

Susan A. Point
2020
26”x26”
Serigraph: Ink on Paper
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Raven Song

Dylan Thomas
2020
Carved yellow cedar and pyrophyllite inlays
10” x 21”
View Artist Bio

 

Guardians of the Sky

Kelly Cannell
2015
Serigraph: Ink on Paper
18” x 28”
View Artist Bio

Summer Loon

Margaret August
2019
Painted cedar bentwood box
6” x 7.25” x 5.5”
View Artist Bio

 

Native Sisterhood

Susan Point
2019
26.5” x 22”
Serigraph: Ink on Paper
View Artist Bio

 

Embracing Diversity

Susan A. Point
2020
26”x26”
Serigraph: Ink on Paper
View Artist Bio

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  • Debra Sparrow


    Debra Sparrow was born and raised on the Musqueam Indian Reserve and is self-taught in Salish design and jewellery-making. Her work can be seen in various museums and institutions. Debra designed the logo for the Canadian Men’s Hockey Team for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games in Vancouver, B.C. She also continues to work … 

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  • Thomas A. Cannell


    Thomas was born on Musqueam traditional territory in 1980. Living on the Musqueam Reserve in Vancouver, BC since birth, Thomas immersed himself in the long-established cultural and art traditions of his Musqueam ancestors. Thomas attended the Langara College and Capilano University of Vancouver where he studied art history, photography, and graphic design, as well as … 

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  • Cosiniye Paul


    Cosiniye (pronounced Kwa-sea-knee-ah) was born in the hot summer of 2000 in on Vancouver Island. She is from the T’sarlip Nation, and the youngest daughter and third child of Coast Salish artist Chris Paul. Cosiniye has been drawing, sketching, and painting since she was old enough to hold a pencil and a paintbrush.  She enjoys … 

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  • John Marston


    Coast Salish carver John Marston (Qap’u’luq) was born in 1978 in Ladysmith, British Columbia. His parents David and Jane Marston, both carvers, were his first teachers and John picked up a carving knife at the age of eight. John was mentored by the late Coast Salish carver Simon Charlie who taught him the legends of the … 

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