Welcome to the Salish Weave Collection website. Salish Weave supports the artists who create contemporary art in the traditional Salish art form and actively promotes awareness of Salish culture and art through Education.
New To The Collection
Turning Point State IIKelly Cannell, 2020
Salish RopeKelly Cannell, 2010
Salish Inlet State IISusan A. Point, 2020
RotationDylan Thomas, 2019
SynergyKelly Cannell, 2017
Within the CedarSusan A. Point, 2019
Echoes and ReflectionsDylan Thomas, 2019
Tree of LifeSusan A. Point, 2019
Sacred BalanceKelly Cannell, 2020
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 …
Maynard Johnny Jr.
Maynard Johnny Jr. was born in 1973 in Campbell River, British Columbia to a father of the Kwakwaka’wakw Nation and a mother of Coast Salish heritage. He has inherited a blend of cultures, traditions and art styles. A self-taught artist, Maynard has been honing his skills since his teens. He draws inspiration from many Northwest …
Jane (Kwatleematt) is a Coast Salish artist from the Stz’uminus (Chemainus) First Nation. She started carving in 1984 under the mentorship of Simon Charlie and worked on art projects with him until his passing in 2005. Jane is of the generation of artists like Charles Elliott and Stan Greene who revived the traditional Salish art …
Charles (Temosen) Elliott was a member of the T’sartlip First Nation. He lived and worked in Brentwood Bay on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. As a young artist, Charles carved designs on the bark of the cottonwood trees and styled his own small poles and model canoes with coaching from his father, mother and uncles. Like …