Salmon Frieze II

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Gold Kiln Fused Glass, Red Cedar wood

An important food source for the Coast Salish Nation, the salmon serves as a powerful symbol of regeneration, self-sacrifice, and perseverance. The salmon is the most prized of all fish among the Northwest Coast First Nations and has by tradition been honored, celebrated and protected for thousands of years by the people most dependant on it. The Salmon imagery is a regular element in Susan Point’s artwork. Important to the Coast Salish people for nourishment, the Salmon denotes a life cycle.

21 x 52 x 1.75"

$15,000.00 CAD

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Gold Kiln Fused Glass, Red Cedar wood

An important food source for the Coast Salish Nation, the salmon serves as a powerful symbol of regeneration, self-sacrifice, and perseverance. The salmon is the most prized of all fish among the Northwest Coast First Nations and has by tradition been honored, celebrated and protected for thousands of years by the people most dependant on it. The Salmon imagery is a regular element in Susan Point’s artwork. Important to the Coast Salish people for nourishment, the Salmon denotes a life cycle.

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