Salish Weave Box Set IV
Unlike the nine commissioned prints of each of Box Sets I, II and III that all measure 22″ x 22″, the prints of Box Set IV vary in size from the large 30″ x 30″ prints by Susan Point to the small 6″ x 22″ print by Maynard Johnny Jr. The prints of Box Set IV were acquired in the early years of the Salish Weave Collection from 2004 to 2007. Over the years, these nine prints have been exhibited in many galleries and some are part of art displays to this day.
Susan Point’s and Kelly Cannel’s Memory and Transformation and Susan Point’s Spirit of the Taku and Halibut were all exhibited in Susan Point: Spindle Whorl, a solo exhibition presented by the Vancouver Art Gallery from February to May 2017. Also in the spring of 2017, Halibut was exhibited in The Salish Weave Collection: Works on Paper at the Burnaby Art Gallery. Discovery, also by Susan Point, joins these four prints in the permanent Salish art display of the Cornett Building, which houses the Faculty of Social Sciences, at the University of Victoria. Spirit of the Taku is also part of a display titled Places of BC installed at the BC Governement House in Victoria.
Memory travelled afar to the Tacoma Art Museum in Washington State for the exhibition Cultural imPRINT: Northwest Coast Prints presented from April to August 2017. Prior to this exhibition, it was part of Record, (Re)create: Contemporary Coast Salish Art from the Salish Weave Collection, a touring exhibition organized by the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria. In 2014, Record, (Re)create was hosted by The Reach Gallery and Museum, in Abbotsford, BC, and presented by the Nanaimo Art Gallery and the Comox Valley Art Gallery in 2015.
Wolves and Protecting Posterity by lessLIE as well as Salmon’s Moon by Maynard Johnny Jr. were part of the exhibition The Salish Weave Collection: Works on Paper presented by the Burnaby Art Gallery in April and May 2017. Wolves is also part of the permanent Salish art display of the Cornett Building at the University of Victoria. Salmon’s Moon was part of the exhibition Perpetual Salish: Contemporary Coast Salish Art from the Salish Weave Collection, guest-curated by lessLIE for the University of Victoria Legacy Art Gallery and presented in downtown Victoria from August 2014 to January 2015. In June and July of 2015, Salmon’s Moon was also part of Perpetual Salish: In Print, a selection of serigraphs from the Salish Weave Collection, presented at the A. Wilfrid Johns Gallery located in the MacLaurin Building, which houses the Faculty of Education, at the University of Victoria. This exhibition was organized in collaboration with the Indigenous Education department and ran concurrently with the Indigenous Education Summer Institutes.
DiscoverySusan A. Point, 2005
HalibutSusan A. Point, 2007
Spirit of the TakuSusan A. Point, 2004
TransformationKelly Cannell, 2005
MemoryKelly Cannell, Susan A. Point, 2005
Salmon’s MoonMaynard Johnny Jr., 2005
Ravens MoonMaynard Johnny Jr., 2005
Protecting PosteritylessLIE, 2005