Graphics

  • Feeding Hummingbirds

    lessLIE

    CA$300.00

    Serigraph, Edition of 100

     

    Unframed

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  • Spirits of Our Time

    Rande Cook

    CA$300.00

    Serigraph, Edition of 200

     

    Unframed

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  • Transformline – Black

    lessLIE

    CA$275.00

    Serigraph, Edition of 100

    2012

    Unframed

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  • Seagles

    lessLIE

    CA$275.00

    Serigraph, Edition of 50

    2007

    Unframed

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    in this design
    you see eagles

    in this design
    you see seagulls.

    in this design, I am attempting to mediate between literacy and Coast Salish visual art. Hence the punning of the title “sEAGLES,” which is a way of making a visual pun, and making literacy visual. At the top and bottom of this design, there is the suggestion of the letter “s,” which simultanously forms the eagle wings while defining the seagull heads. So visual punning is created through both the painted design and the title of this piece.

    -lessLIE

     

     


  • Hummingbird

    Adonis David

    CA$250.00

    Acrylic on Canvas paper

    Unframed

    2021

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  • Tree of Life

    KC Hall

    CA$250.00

    Serigraph, Edition of 125

    2020

    Unframed

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  • Hummingbird

    Adonis David

    CA$250.00

    Acrylic on Canvas paper

    Unframed

    2021

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  • Northern Man

    Stan Bevan

    CA$250.00

    Linocut on Rice Paper, Edition of 75

    2019

    Unframed

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  • Tree Frog

    Maynard Johnny Jr.

    CA$250.00

    Serigraph, Edition of 70

    2019

    Unframed

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  • Box of Daylight

    David Neel

    CA$250.00

    Serigraph, Edition of 50

    2018

    Unframed

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    David Neel’s Box of Daylight uses the modern printmaking technique of serigraphy to create a deeply symbolic rendition of Raven bringing light to the world. In this classic tale, Raven resolved to steal the Sun from an old man who had been keeping it all to himself in an old cedar box. To do so, Raven transformed himself into cedar sprig, and fell into the water of the old man’s daughter. Shortly after drinking this water, the daughter gave birth to a baby boy, who the old man spoiled greatly. Eventually, this little boy convinced his grandfather to let him play with the old cedar box, which he took outside with him. The boy immediately transformed back into the Raven and stole the box away. However, as he was flying, a strong gust of wind blew the cedar box from his mouth, releasing the Sun into the sky. Here the Sun stayed, lighting the earth from that day on.

    In this piece, David strives to capture the deeper nature of this ancient tale. As such, Box of Daylight depicts Raven releasing not the Sun, but the Seed of Life, from Sacred Geometry. David’s use of the Seed of Life, which has a profound spiritual significance, highlights the true meaning of the legend. The story of the Raven bringing light to the world, at its most fundamental level, is a metaphor for the creation of the universe. Thus, Box of Light, encoded with this age-old knowledge, offers a glimpse into an ancient world.

    There is a wealth of information in traditional Indigenous tales, which are part of a long-standing oral tradition… While the delivery of the age-old stories may change, the essence of the tradition remains the same.”      ~David Neel

  • Salmon’s Journey

    Eugene Alfred

    CA$250.00

    Serigraph, Edition of 150

    2018

    Unframed

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  • Winter Warrior

    Andy Everson

    CA$250.00

    Giclee, Edition of 99

    2015

    Unframed

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  • New Beginning

    Andy Everson

    CA$250.00

    Giclee, Edition of 99

    2016

    Unframed

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  • Pro Creation

    lessLIE

    CA$250.00

    Serigraph, Edition of 100

    2007

    Unframed

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    “This contemporary Coast Salish design, titled “Pro Creation”, through the act of creativity,is a celebration of the act of procreation. In the design, two salmon heads are depicted, the negative crescentric space simultaneously defining their mouths, as well as defining each other’s lower jaw. This simple visual punning represents interconnectedness through procreation. This simple visual punning also represents the beginnings of the offspring of the two salmon. In some of philosophical musings, I have often wondered which act is great, creation or procreation? I came to the conclusion that procreation is great than creation, since creation, as a human culture, woudl not exist without procreation. I also felt that the lIFe of one human being is much greater than the body of work of any artist. Recently though, I have felt that creatively creates culture, and makes the procreation of many generations possible. So I now see both creation and procreation as both being great acts of humankind.

    On a personal leve, althought I am not really “pro-choice” or “pro-life”, my myOTHER , when she was a sixteen year old girl with me, was considering abortion. With love for her, I am thankful that she gave birth to me. If she never procreated me, the creativity of my lIFe would not exisit.”

    — lessLIE


  • Taku Red

    Alano Edzerza

    CA$240.00

    Giclee, Edition of 200

     

    Unframed

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  • Moving Forward

    Alano Edzerza

    CA$240.00

    Giclee, Edition of 200

    2008

    Unframed

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  • Ka’ka’win

    Patrick Amos

    CA$230.00

    Serigraph, Edition of 160

    2021

    Unframed

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  • Fragile Balance

    Mark Preston

    CA$230.00

    Serigraph, Edition of 125

    2018

    Unframed

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  • Iinang Xaadee – K’a.ad (Dogfish) II

    April White

    CA$225.00

    Serigraph, Edition of 55

    2016

    Unframed

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    “For my ancestors, the primary purpose of art is to unveil a parallel reality that is visible only in our minds—to share a glimpse of Supernatural Beings, with the world of Human Beings. Educated in science and with a spirit drawn to art, I see Earth as one great Being—with rock as a skeleton and running water as veins and arteries, great oceans as hearts—sustaining ecosystems. All as an interconnected biome—a web of life living, at least on the surface, symbiotically… as prey, and as predator.

    Iinang Xaadee—Herring People play a vital role in the ecosystem. They nurture, feed, give of themselves to keep beings alive in all realms— undersea, earth, and sky. When balance prevails, Herring People gather to dance in their great longhouse in such great numbers and with such vigour that the atmosphere overhead reverberates with their excitement. Now, Human Beings see Herring solely as a resource, blinded, not seeing their true value, only seeing monetary gain at the expense of the whole.” – April White

  • Iinang Xaadee – Jaadaa (Young Woman) II

    April White

    CA$225.00

    Serigraph, Edition of 55

    2016

    Unframed

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    “For my ancestors, the primary purpose of art is to unveil a parallel reality that is visible only in our minds—to share a glimpse of Supernatural Beings, with the world of Human Beings. Educated in science and with a spirit drawn to art, I see Earth as one great Being—with rock as a skeleton and running water as veins and arteries, great oceans as hearts—sustaining ecosystems. All as an interconnected biome—a web of life living, at least on the surface, symbiotically… as prey, and as predator.

    Iinang Xaadee—Herring People play a vital role in the ecosystem. They nurture, feed, give of themselves to keep beings alive in all realms— undersea, earth, and sky. When balance prevails, Herring People gather to dance in their great longhouse in such great numbers and with such vigour that the atmosphere overhead reverberates with their excitement. Now, Human Beings see Herring solely as a resource, blinded, not seeing their true value, only seeing monetary gain at the expense of the whole.” – April White

  • Iinang Xaadee – Iihlangaa (Young Man) II

    April White

    CA$225.00

    Serigraph, Edition of 55

    2016

    Unframed

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    “For my ancestors, the primary purpose of art is to unveil a parallel reality that is visible only in our minds—to share a glimpse of Supernatural Beings, with the world of Human Beings. Educated in science and with a spirit drawn to art, I see Earth as one great Being—with rock as a skeleton and running water as veins and arteries, great oceans as hearts—sustaining ecosystems. All as an interconnected biome—a web of life living, at least on the surface, symbiotically… as prey, and as predator.

    Iinang Xaadee—Herring People play a vital role in the ecosystem. They nurture, feed, give of themselves to keep beings alive in all realms— undersea, earth, and sky. When balance prevails, Herring People gather to dance in their great longhouse in such great numbers and with such vigour that the atmosphere overhead reverberates with their excitement. Now, Human Beings see Herring solely as a resource, blinded, not seeing their true value, only seeing monetary gain at the expense of the whole.” – April White

  • Iinang Xaadee – Iihlangaa (Young Man) I

    April White

    CA$225.00

    Serigraph, Edition of 145

    2016

    Unframed

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    “For my ancestors, the primary purpose of art is to unveil a parallel reality that is visible only in our minds—to share a glimpse of Supernatural Beings, with the world of Human Beings. Educated in science and with a spirit drawn to art, I see Earth as one great Being—with rock as a skeleton and running water as veins and arteries, great oceans as hearts—sustaining ecosystems. All as an interconnected biome—a web of life living, at least on the surface, symbiotically… as prey, and as predator.

    Iinang Xaadee—Herring People play a vital role in the ecosystem. They nurture, feed, give of themselves to keep beings alive in all realms— undersea, earth, and sky. When balance prevails, Herring People gather to dance in their great longhouse in such great numbers and with such vigour that the atmosphere overhead reverberates with their excitement. Now, Human Beings see Herring solely as a resource, blinded, not seeing their true value, only seeing monetary gain at the expense of the whole.” – April White

  • Iinang Xaadee – Guud (Eagle) II

    April White

    CA$225.00

    Serigraph, Edition of 55

    2016

    Unframed

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    “For my ancestors, the primary purpose of art is to unveil a parallel reality that is visible only in our minds—to share a glimpse of Supernatural Beings, with the world of Human Beings. Educated in science and with a spirit drawn to art, I see Earth as one great Being—with rock as a skeleton and running water as veins and arteries, great oceans as hearts—sustaining ecosystems. All as an interconnected biome—a web of life living, at least on the surface, symbiotically… as prey, and as predator.

    Iinang Xaadee—Herring People play a vital role in the ecosystem. They nurture, feed, give of themselves to keep beings alive in all realms— undersea, earth, and sky. When balance prevails, Herring People gather to dance in their great longhouse in such great numbers and with such vigour that the atmosphere overhead reverberates with their excitement. Now, Human Beings see Herring solely as a resource, blinded, not seeing their true value, only seeing monetary gain at the expense of the whole.” – April White

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