• Haida Eagle Pole

    Geoff Greene

    $850.00 CAD

    Glass, etched and sandblasted

    16.75 x 14 x 5″ (including base)

  • Haida Lineage Pole – Wall Mount

    Geoff Greene

    $4,900.00 CAD

    Etched Glass with Wood Base

  • Haida Lineage Pole – 3ft

    Geoff Greene

    $4,900.00 CAD

    Glass, etched and sandblasted, Edition of 45

    Natural Maple wood base

    Option:  Stainless steel base available instead of Maple wood

    Various heights are available beginning at 3+ feet

    The interplay between tradition and innovation is the premise for this contemporary totem pole.  While cedar wood predominates, noted Haida artist, Geoff Greene has applied his foresight in designing traditional Haida motifs in the contemporary medium of glass.  It makes a strong visual statement with its structured Haida form line, yet the translucent nature of the glass softens the composition, clearly defining the progression of Haida art.  From the top, the Eagle is portrayed perched, with the Raven and Moon following. The Eagle signifies peace and friendship, while the Raven is the folk hero who created the Moon, stars and the universe. The Bear, at the base of the totem, is a close relative to mankind known to share both human and animal traits.

     

  • Haida Lineage Totem – 6ft

    Geoff Greene

    $8,900.00 CAD

    Exclusive to Coastal Peoples Fine Arts Gallery

    Glass; Etched and sandblasted, Edition of 45

    Stainless steel base

    Option: Natural Maple wood base available instead of Stainless steel

     

     

  • Haida Eagle Pole

    Geoff Greene

    $2,750.00 CAD

    Exclusive to Coastal Peoples Fine Arts Gallery

    Glass, etched and sandblasted, 20K Gold Leaf, Maple wood

    Edition of 57

    28.5 x 18.5 x 7″ (including base), Glass thickness 12mm

     

    Geoff Greene’s Haida Eagle Totem pays tribute to an important symbol and crest figure to the Haida nation. Created in the contemporary medium of glass, the Haida Eagle Totem celebrates traditional design within a luminous setting that speaks to the evolution of the classic Haida form. 

    The Eagle is respected for its intelligence and power as well as its vision both figurative and literal; it claims both honor and a high stature. The Eagle Clan is traditionally the most prominent family and the Eagle Chief the most powerful chief. Although revered as a powerful hunter, the Eagle’s feathers are considered sacred. Traditionally, Shamans believed that Eagle feathers possessed healing powers and thus used them in various ceremonial and ritual contexts; today these feathers are still strewn to welcome an honored guest.   

    Geoff Greene’s beautifully etched and sandblasted Haida Eagle Totem employs the magnificent translucent nature of glass in its finish along with the accent of gold leaf to provide additional depth and interest within this unique work. Masterly created, this piece blends ancient animal symbolism within a stylized contemporary form and demonstrates how many artists are setting themselves apart through their unique concepts.