Hand Puppets, Assorted
Hand Puppets, Assorted
Hand Puppets, Assorted
Hand Puppets, Assorted
Hand Puppets, Assorted
Hand Puppets, Assorted
Hand Puppets, Assorted
Hand Puppets, Assorted
Hand Puppets, Assorted
Hand Puppets, Assorted

Hand Puppets, Assorted

Bill Reid Gallery
Regular price CAD $24.00

The Storytellers puppet collection are high quality hand puppets made of all new materials. 

1.) Mouse Woman takes the shape of a mouse and is grandmother she provides guidance reminds us to be respectful, honest and helps to bring about balance. Designed by Morgan Asoyuf of the Tsimshian Nation.

2.)  Sky The Eagle Bear Totem stands tall shares stories of the people and shares how we are all connected through vision and strength and teaches us the importance of sharing with others. Designed by Doug LaFortune of the Coast Salish Nation.

3.) Tricky The Raven brought the sun, moon and stars is clever and creative but also mischievous teaches creativity and to keep a sense of humor, not everything is what it appears to be. Designed by Doug LaFortune of the Coast Salish Nation.

4.) Howler the Wolf stays close to friends and family in his pack hunting and howling under the moon he teaches us to nurture and care for others and has strong loyalty to family and community. Designed by Doug LaFortune of the Coast Salish Nation.

5.) Talon The Eagle eagles are masters of the sky and fly closest to our creator they teach us to be strong and courageous. Designed by Ben Houstie of the Heiltsuk Nation. 

6.) Wakus the Frog lives in water and on land his voice is considered magical and tells the stories of the changing seasons and teaches us about adaptation to our environment and new situations and the importance of positive communication. Designed by Doug LaFortune of the Coast Salish Nation.

7.) Shelly the Turtle her shell protects her and she is slow but gets to where she needs to go she teaches us to think before you speak or act and to not be afraid to take risks but to protect yourself. Designed by Terry Starr of the Tsimshian Nation.

8.) Hunter the Bear he is able to sit and stand like humans but has great strength the bear teaches us to be strong yet humble and to protect those who are not as strong. Designed by Corey Bulpitt of the Haida Nation.

9.) Bizzy the Beaver busy building dams and can be strong wiled and focused. Beaver can be identified by the two front teeth and a flat tail the beaver teaches us to work hard but make time for play and family, have goals and be determined to finish what you start.  Designed by Chris Kewistep or the Heiltsuk Nation. 

 Average Size 10" X 14"

Spot clean only recommended

Polyester Fabric

Authentic Indigenous designed and licensed products, with royalties paid to the artist from every purchase.