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North America's Largest
Northwest Coast Native Art Gallery

Welcome to a world of storytelling, graphic art, painting, print making, sculpture, textiles, leather-work, knit work and so much more...welcome to the rich tapestry of cultures belonging to the Indigenous Peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast and Canada.


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Eagle by Lloyd Wadhams

The noble Eagle is seen as a symbol of power and prestige. Eagle also has a strong connection to peace.

Bear with Salmon by Francis Horne Jr.

Bear is the protector of the animal kingdom, awakening the power of the unconscious. A Provider Symbol of abundance and prosperity, the salmon was the chief sustenance for the West Coast Natives.

Sun Panel by Cree artist Darren McKenzie

Carved from red cedar and detailed with acrylic paint.

Frog bowl by Jacob Lewis

Carved from yellow cedar and detailed with acrylic paint, paua shell and stain.

Black Swan by Francis Horne Sr.

Carved from red cedar and detailed with acrylic paint.

Man with Talking Stick by Francis Horne Sr.

Man holding a talking stick carved by Coast Salish artist Francis Horne Sr. in 1980.

Eagle Bentwood Box by James Michels

This box was made from yellow cedar with a red cedar lid and base, and it features an Eagle design.



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