Halibut 2004 by John Hagen 20 x 16
The silkscreen prints are designs by the Master Carvers at Alaska Indian Arts in Haines, Alaska. The designs are hand drawn and cut and screen printed in the graphics studio by Chris Nowicki, a master printmaker who visits each summer to print a new edition. The proceeds from the prints help support ongoing programs such as workshops and apprenticeships. Alaska Indian Arts is a not for profit corporation dedicated to the preservation and continuation of the artistic traditions of the Northwest Coast.
by LoCoDoG signed and numbered ltd. edition of 100 2002 17"x 22"
by LoCoDoG signed and numbered ltd. edition of 100 2002 18"x22"
by John Hagen signed and numbered ltd. edition of 100 1999 20"x14"
by John Hagen signed and numberd ltd. edition of 100 2007 22"x15"
Killer Whale ltd edition of 100 A collaborative work by the artists at Alaska Indian Arts on an ever popular design of a killer whale standing on its tale. Inspired by an original woodcarving by Leo Jacobs Sr. signed and numbered ltd.edition of 100 2001 19"x14"
by Wayne Price signed and numbered ltd edition of 100 2001 The Bentwood Box was traditionally used for storage and room dividers. 22"x15"
by Wayne Price Legend has it that a marauding giant was captured and burned by the Tlingit only to rise from the ashes as a swarm of mosquitos. signed and numbered ltd. edition of 100 1995 22"x15"
by John Hagen signed and numbered ltd. edition of 100
by John Hagen
10" x 22"
Shamans Amulet used to hold the soul of the patient during healing ceremonies
signed and numbered ltd. edition of 100