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Standing Salmon Carving

This piece is a free-standing, hand carved and stained yellow cedar Salmon, with 2 eagle heads carved into the belly. Abalone shell is inlaid as the eyes of both animals. There is also abalone inlaid onto the tail, representing future unborn salmon within a salmon egg, and therefore the eagle's future as well. Snaw-naw-as First Nation artist and master carver, Brian Bob, is inspired by the 'circle of life' philosophy and communicates this wisdom via Salmon giving life to Eagle.

Product code: BO-13j
Medium: Hand Craved Aka Pine/Abalone Shell
Length: 23"
Width: 1 1/2"
Height: 7 1/4"

Meet the artist

Bob, Brian

Bob, Brian

Brian Bob's Indian name is Qwuyutsapool, a Nuu-chah-nulth derived tradional name which translates in English to 'policer of the wolves'. Brian honours the heritage of both his mother and father in his work. His mother, Fran Touchie, is from the...

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