Ogiwe’ (Bow of a Canoe)

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Reclaimed Red Cedar wood, Acrylic paint, Copper nails

This piece was inspired by a scene from the movie “Land of the War Canoes (1914)”. In the scene, all of the canoes are coming up to the shore of the beach. Corrine’s great-grandfather, George Hunt, worked with the production coordinator for the movie and helped build the sets. The piece features imagery of the Eagle and the Killerwhale. The chisel marks are supposed to represent waves.

18.25 x 11.25 x 11"

$960.00 CAD

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Reclaimed Red Cedar wood, Acrylic paint, Copper nails

This piece was inspired by a scene from the movie “Land of the War Canoes (1914)”. In the scene, all of the canoes are coming up to the shore of the beach. Corrine’s great-grandfather, George Hunt, worked with the production coordinator for the movie and helped build the sets. The piece features imagery of the Eagle and the Killerwhale. The chisel marks are supposed to represent waves.

 

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