• Killerwhale Paddle

    Angela Marston

    $5,400.00 CAD

    Yellow Cedar wood, Abalone shell, Copper, Cedar bark, Acrylic paint

  • Killerwhale Bowl

    Stanley Clifford Hunt

    RESERVED

    Yellow Cedar wood, Acrylic paint

  • Hummingbird Vase

    Patrick Leach

    $500.00 CAD

    Porcelain, Engraved with Interior Glaze

    This beautiful, tiny bird is common to the Northwest Coast of Canada and believed to represent not only beauty and love, but it also brings good luck and spiritual healing to anyone who comes into contact with it. Hummingbirds are associated with love, beauty, intelligence, and healing. Patrick often portrays the hummingbird surrounded by a flowering tree.

  • Hummingbird Bowl

    Patrick Leach

    $450.00 CAD

    Porcelain, Engraved with Interior Glaze

    This beautiful, tiny bird is common to the Northwest Coast of Canada and believed to represent not only beauty and love, but it also brings good luck and spiritual healing to anyone who comes into contact with it. Hummingbirds are associated with love, beauty, intelligence, and healing. Patrick often portrays the hummingbird surrounded by a flowering tree.

  • Fishing Scene Vase

    Patrick Leach

    $300.00 CAD

    Porcelain, Engraved with Interior Glaze

    This pictograph of shows a man holding a dip net. Dip netting was a fishing technique used by the St’át’imc to catch considerable quantities of salmon in the Fraser River. Standing on a land outcrop or a wooden platform, fishermen would lower the net into the river narrows, where the currents are strong. The mouth of the net would then be closed, trapping the fish that had swam inside, and hauled out of the river.

    Typically Leach includes the representations of the salmon and the river alongside the fisherman to depict a full scene.

  • Basket Weave Plate

    Patrick Leach

    $80.00 CAD

    Porcelain, Engraved with Interior Glaze

    The St’át’imc of the Interior Salish Nation were renowned for their basketry. Coiled baskets were crafted from peeled and split Red Cedar roots. These baskets were sewn so tightly that they could hold water, and with the addition of water to the absorbent material, the roots would expand and create an even stronger seal. Most Salish baskets were decorated in complex geometric designs and it is these motifs that Leach replicates on his ceramics.

  • Frog & Mountains Bowl

    Patrick Leach

    $100.00 CAD

    Porcelain, Engraved with Interior Glaze

    As a member of the P’egpig’7lha (Frog) clan, Patrick often includes a frog pictograph on his ceramics. As a communicator, Frogs connect with the world on land and under water. Frogs represent good fortune, stability, and communication.

    Patrick was raised in the community of T’ít’q’et, near Lillooet, BC in St’át’imc Nation Territory. The depiction of mountains is an homage to Lillooet and Leach’s upbringing. Leach often depicts dual mountains with birds flying above the peaks.

  • River, Salmon & Basket Weave Bowl

    Patrick Leach

    $100.00 CAD

    Porcelain, Engraved with Interior Glaze

    The St’át’imc of the Interior Salish Nation were renowned for their basketry. Coiled baskets were crafted from peeled and split Red Cedar roots. These baskets were sewn so tightly that they could hold water, and with the addition of water to the absorbent material, the roots would expand and create an even stronger seal. Most Salish baskets were decorated in complex geometric designs and it is these motifs that Leach replicates on his ceramics.

    The Fraser River flows up the valley near Lillooet and was a primary source of sustenance for the St’át’imc people, as several salmon runs ventured up the river annually. Leach frequently depicts the representation of the river, two parallel wavy lines, in conjunction with either the salmon or dip net pictographs.

    The St’át’imc have some of the best salmon fishing and wind drying areas in the Fraser Canyon area . Salmon runs are frequent in the Fraser River, with spring salmon running in April and again in late summer as well as a string of sockeye salmon runs starting in June. Patrick emphasizes the importance of salmon to the St’át’imc people.

  • Fishing Scene Bowl

    Patrick Leach

    $150.00 CAD

    Porcelain, Engraved with Interior Glaze

    This pictograph of shows a man holding a dip net. Dip netting was a fishing technique used by the St’át’imc to catch considerable quantities of salmon in the Fraser River. Standing on a land outcrop or a wooden platform, fishermen would lower the net into the river narrows, where the currents are strong. The mouth of the net would then be closed, trapping the fish that had swam inside, and hauled out of the river.

    Typically Leach includes the representations of the salmon and the river alongside the fisherman to depict a full scene.

  • Hummingbird Bowl

    Patrick Leach

    $150.00 CAD

    Porcelain, Engraved with Interior Glaze

    This beautiful, tiny bird is common to the Northwest Coast of Canada and believed to represent not only beauty and love, but it also brings good luck and spiritual healing to anyone who comes into contact with it. Hummingbirds are associated with love, beauty, intelligence, and healing. Patrick often portrays the hummingbird surrounded by a
    flowering tree.

  • Basket Weave Bowl

    Patrick Leach

    $150.00 CAD

    Porcelain, Engraved with Interior Glaze

    The St’át’imc of the Interior Salish Nation were renowned for their basketry. Coiled baskets were crafted from peeled and split Red Cedar roots. These baskets were sewn so tightly that they could hold water, and with the addition of water to the absorbent material, the roots would expand and create an even stronger seal. Most Salish baskets were decorated in complex geometric designs and it is these motifs that Leach replicates on his ceramics.

  • River & Salmon Bowl

    Patrick Leach

    $80.00 CAD

    Porcelain, Engraved with Interior Glaze

    The Fraser River flows up the valley near Lillooet and was a primary source of sustenance for the St’át’imc people, as several salmon runs ventured up the river annually. Leach frequently depicts the representation of the river, two parallel wavy lines, in conjunction with either the salmon or dip net pictographs.

    The St’át’imc have some of the best salmon fishing and wind drying areas in the Fraser Canyon area . Salmon runs are frequent in the Fraser River, with spring salmon running in April and again in late summer as well as a string of sockeye salmon runs starting in June. Patrick emphasizes the importance of salmon to the St’át’imc people.

  • Hummingbird Bowl

    Patrick Leach

    $80.00 CAD

    Porcelain, Engraved with Interior Glaze

    This beautiful, tiny bird is common to the Northwest Coast of Canada and believed to represent not only beauty and love, but it also brings good luck and spiritual healing to anyone who comes into contact with it. Hummingbirds are associated with love, beauty, intelligence, and healing. Patrick often portrays the hummingbird surrounded by a
    flowering tree.

  • Frog & Mountains Bowl

    Patrick Leach

    $150.00 CAD

    Porcelain, Engraved with Interior Glaze

    As a member of the P’egpig’7lha (Frog) clan, Patrick often includes a frog pictograph on his ceramics. As a communicator, Frogs connect with the world on land and under water. Frogs represent good fortune, stability, and communication.

    Patrick was raised in the community of T’ít’q’et, near Lillooet, BC in St’át’imc Nation Territory. The depiction of mountains is an homage to Lillooet and Leach’s upbringing. Leach often depicts dual mountains with birds flying above the peaks.

  • Fishing Scene Vase

    Patrick Leach

    $80.00 CAD

    Porcelain, Engraved with Interior Glaze

    This pictograph of shows a man holding a dip net. Dip netting was a fishing technique used by the St’át’imc to catch considerable quantities of salmon in the Fraser River. Standing on a land outcrop or a wooden platform, fishermen would lower the net into the river narrows, where the currents are strong. The mouth of the net would then be closed, trapping the fish that had swam inside, and hauled out of the river.

    Typically Leach includes the representations of the salmon and the river alongside the fisherman to depict a full scene.

  • Root Vase

    Patrick Leach

    $80.00 CAD

    Porcelain, Engraved with Interior Glaze

    Leach says that the depiction of roots on his ceramics are meant to remind us of where we come from. This is congruent with other themes of his work which reflect on his early years in Lillooet and his personal “roots”.

  • Basket Weave Bowl

    Patrick Leach

    $80.00 CAD

    Porcelain, Engraved with Interior Glaze

    The St’át’imc of the Interior Salish Nation were renowned for their basketry. Coiled baskets were crafted from peeled and split Red Cedar roots. These baskets were sewn so tightly that they could hold water, and with the addition of water to the absorbent material, the roots would expand and create an even stronger seal. Most Salish baskets were decorated in complex geometric designs and it is these motifs that Leach replicates on his ceramics.

  • River, Salmon & Basket Weave Vase

    Patrick Leach

    $100.00 CAD

    Porcelain, Engraved with Interior Glaze

    The St’át’imc of the Interior Salish Nation were renowned for their basketry. Coiled baskets were crafted from peeled and split Red Cedar roots. These baskets were sewn so tightly that they could hold water, and with the addition of water to the absorbent material, the roots would expand and create an even stronger seal. Most Salish baskets were decorated in complex geometric designs and it is these motifs that Leach replicates on his ceramics.

    The Fraser River flows up the valley near Lillooet and was a primary source of sustenance for the St’át’imc people, as several salmon runs ventured up the river annually. Leach frequently depicts the representation of the river, two parallel wavy lines, in conjunction with either the salmon or dip net pictographs.

    The St’át’imc have some of the best salmon fishing and wind drying areas in the Fraser Canyon area . Salmon runs are frequent in the Fraser River, with spring salmon running in April and again in late summer as well as a string of sockeye salmon runs starting in June. Patrick emphasizes the importance of salmon to the St’át’imc people.

  • Owl Protecting the Animals Bowl

    Patrick Leach

    RESERVED

    Porcelain, Engraved with Interior Glaze

    This pictograph is one directly borrowed from the Stein Valley Nlaka’pamux Heritage Park, near Lillooet. Several ancient pictographs dot the river valley and this one is particular is a direct replica of a pictograph found on the banks of the Stein River. The outstretched wings of the owl protectively cover the deer, perhaps meant to represent all fauna, flanking either side of it.

  • Bear Bentwood Box

    Joseph Campbell

    $450.00 CAD

    Red Cedar wood, Yellow Cedar wood, Acrylic paint

    The powerful, human-like Bear was referred to as ‘Elder Kinsmen’ and treated as a high-ranking guest when killed. As a close relation to mankind, Bear is considered to be the link between the human and non-human realms as well linking the secular natural with the supernatural or the divine.  The Bear symbolizes courage, strength, authority and learned humility.

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