Ttsaang - Haida Beaver: Copper Series, Framed Art CardBill Reid, Haida
Ttsaang - Haida Beaver, 1978. "In Haida Mythology, Beaver is one of Raven's adoptive uncles, from whom he stole the house itself and all its surroundings - the lake, the stream, all fish that swam in them, the fish trap, and so on, He is a symbol of prodigious renewable wealth" - Bill Reid.
Building upon the broad range of his expression, Bill Reid translated his original designs of animal crests into limited edition Serigraph, Lithograph, Woodcut prints and drawings. This is a reproduction of one of those limited edition Serigraphs.
Copper Series: Double Matted Framed Art Card (Matte: 2 3/4")
Frame: 12"w x 14 1/2"h x 7/8"d (30cm x 36.5cm x 2.2cm)
Printed and made in Canada.
This beautiful framed art card comes framed, includes a biography that is attached to the back and is ready to hang.
*Please note: While every effort will be made to ship this item without damage, there is always a risk in shipping glass.
*These are also available in a matted version: The matted art cards are lightweight, easy to ship and ready to frame.