Salmon Panel

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Available upon special order – individually custom-made

Glass, sandblasted

Red Cedar wood, Stainless steel, Acrylic paint

Limited-edition of 11

With a traditional formline design etched into the contemporary medium of glass, Moy Sutherland’s Salmon Panel constitutes an elegant example of coastal First Nations’ artwork in the modern era.

While panels are a common feature of Pacific Northwest Coast art, they are primarily carved from laminated planks of cedar wood. Glasswork panels are still quite rare, but truly attest to the evolution of contemporary coastal art over the last decade. This particular panel is a lovely illustration of the interplay between tradition and innovation that can be found in many Northwest Coast artworks of today.

37 x 37 x 2.5"

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Available upon special order – individually custom-made

Glass, sandblasted

Red Cedar wood, Stainless steel, Acrylic paint

With a traditional formline design etched into the contemporary medium of glass, Moy Sutherland’s Salmon Panel constitutes an elegant example of coastal First Nations’ artwork in the modern era.

While panels are a common feature of Pacific Northwest Coast art, they are primarily carved from laminated planks of cedar wood. Glasswork panels are still quite rare, but truly attest to the evolution of contemporary coastal art over the last decade. This particular panel is a lovely illustration of the interplay between tradition and innovation that can be found in many Northwest Coast artworks of today.

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