• Pacific Spirit 2021

    Susan Point RCA

    $1,100.00 CAD

    Serigraph, Edition of 90

    2021

    Unframed

    (For inquiries on Custom Framing, please contact the gallery)

  • Northern Ties [Framed]

    Kelly Cannell

    $1,000.00 CAD

    Serigraph, Edition of 52

    2020

    Framed

    “The print is of 2 wolves with Salmon heads. It represents the ties between the strong bonded pack as well as the bond the Coast Salish have to Wolves. It is said by teachers we are one family with the Wolves.” –Kelly Cannell

    The Wolf is seen as a symbol of patience, individuality, provider, unity, and family. Wolves are the most proficient hunters of the land animals. They were often sought as spirit aids by Hunters, in the hopes that they might confer that power onto humans. The Salish believed that Wolves were the reincarnated spirits of deceased hunters.

    Salmon serve as a powerful symbol of regeneration, self-sacrifice and perseverance. These fish were essential to the health and livelihood of all coastal peoples. Shortages of Salmon are traditionally attributed to human disrespect and refusal to listen to and live by the wisdom of elders.

  • Kaleidoscope – State I

    Kelly Cannell

    $600.00 CAD

    Serigraph, Edition of 25

    2020

    Unframed

    (For inquiries on Custom Framing, please contact the gallery.)

  • Northern Ties (AP)

    Kelly Cannell

    $510.00 CAD

    Serigraph, Edition III & IV of V

    2020

    Unframed

    (For inquiries on custom framing, please contact the gallery)

    “The print is of 2 wolves with Salmon heads. It represents the ties between the strong bonded pack as well as the bond the Coast Salish have to Wolves. It is said by teachers we are one family with the Wolves.” –Kelly Cannell

    The Wolf is seen as a symbol of patience, individuality, provider, unity, and family. Wolves are the most proficient hunters of the land animals. They were often sought as spirit aids by Hunters, in the hopes that they might confer that power onto humans. The Salish believed that Wolves were the reincarnated spirits of deceased hunters.

    Salmon serve as a powerful symbol of regeneration, self-sacrifice and perseverance. These fish were essential to the health and livelihood of all coastal peoples. Shortages of Salmon are traditionally attributed to human disrespect and refusal to listen to and live by the wisdom of elders.

    Why an Artist Proof?

    The artist proof is often the first proof or set of proofs that the artist “pulls” to ensure that the image is printing to the desired effect. The Artist Proof holds a higher value than a regular edition piece due to its rarity as well as the possibility that they can contain the visual evidence of the artist’s progress. Artist Proofs are typically owned and kept by the artist so they are rarely released.

  • Circle of Life (PP)

    Susan Point RCA

    $1,400.00 CAD

    Serigraph, Edition I of II

    2007

    Unframed

    (For inquiries about custom framing please contact the gallery)

    Printer’s Proof (PP) – The print the Master Printer is entitled to keep out of the edition as a record of the work done.

  • Celestial Circles (PP)

    Susan Point RCA

    $1,260.00 CAD

    Serigraph, Edition of I of II

    2010

    Unframed

    (For inquiries about custom framing please contact the gallery)

    Printer’s Proof (PP) – The print the Master Printer is entitled to keep out of the edition as a record of the work done.

  • Transformation (PP)

    Susan Point RCA

    $2,800.00 CAD

    by Susan Point & Kelly Cannell

    Serigraph, Printer’s Proof, Edition I of II

    2005

    Unframed

    (For inquiries about custom framing please contact the gallery)

    Printer’s Proof (PP) – The print the Master Printer is entitled to keep out of the edition as a record of the work done.

  • Northern Ties

    Kelly Cannell

    $400.00 CAD

    Serigraph, Edition of 52

    2020

    Unframed

    (For inquiries on custom framing, please contact the gallery)

    “The print is of 2 wolves with Salmon heads. It represents the ties between the strong bonded pack as well as the bond the Coast Salish have to Wolves. It is said by teachers we are one family with the Wolves.” –Kelly Cannell

    The Wolf is seen as a symbol of patience, individuality, provider, unity, and family. Wolves are the most proficient hunters of the land animals. They were often sought as spirit aids by Hunters, in the hopes that they might confer that power onto humans. The Salish believed that Wolves were the reincarnated spirits of deceased hunters.

    Salmon serve as a powerful symbol of regeneration, self-sacrifice and perseverance. These fish were essential to the health and livelihood of all coastal peoples. Shortages of Salmon are traditionally attributed to human disrespect and refusal to listen to and live by the wisdom of elders.

  • Salish Path (PP)

    Susan Point RCA

    $2,800.00 CAD

    Serigraph, Printer’s Proof, Edition I of II

    2010

    Unframed

    (For inquiries on custom framing, please contact the gallery.)

    This limited-edition serigraph was created utilizing Susan’s granite installation Salish Path at UBC’s Museum of Anthropology as inspiration. Welcoming visitors to the recently revamped museum, Salish Path showcases the advancement of materials and techniques in First Nations work while staying true to the beliefs and history of her culture.

    In Susan’s words: “The artwork for this project is a crop of a print I did in 2006 called ‘Peripheral Visions – Salish Footprint,’ however, over time it has been revised quite a bit in order to make the overall design work in stone. The imagery is based on the whorls and lines of a thumb or toe print, transformed using distinctive Salish elements, and incorporating many of the life forms found in the land, sea, and skies surrounding the Museum of Anthropology. The artwork emphasizes the Salish connection to the site – a reminder that the surrounding land is Musqueam traditional territory and a welcome from the Musqueam people to this territory.

    The imagery in this design, although done in my own contemporary style, is created incorporating traditional Salish elements (basically, reflecting the Salish vocabulary/alphabet in my artistic style). The imagery within reflects salmon and birds; and upon a closer look other subtle images can be seen (left to the viewer’s creativity).

    This work emphasizes the Salish connection to these lands – in many cases the artwork itself is a Salish mark that is written into the earth as a visual expression of the link between the Musqueam people and the MOA site. The artwork also refers to many aspects of Musqueam life — our connection to the water, our weaving tradition, our links to our ancestors through storytelling and so on. In laying out the colors of the stonework, the red running through the center represents the blood of the people (all peoples). The stone is laid out haphazardly to make the point that no one’s imprint is the same. The layout also complements the architecture. As well, it relates to Musqueam house posts and cross beam architecture.”