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Tye was hand carved out of yellow cedar that was found on Wreck Beach in Vancouver, BC. The mask in the carving is Black Locus from a tree that was knocked down in a train derailment in West Vancouver. It has a traditional finish on it of hand rubbed linseed oil/bees wax and turpentine. It takes over a year to get the finish completed on it by continuous rubbing of the surface by hand. After the finish is completed unless damaged will last a lifetime, only the occasional rubbing with a lint-free cloth with suffice.
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This painting is a collaboration of both Niele & Lenda Freeborn to incorporate both unique styles of painting.
30" x 40" on a deep frame that continues the painting around to the back so when framed from the back it creates a 3 dimensional painting rather than being flat to the wall.
$3,400.00 CDN + shipping & handling + insurance
This is also available in our Limited Addition Prints section in a run of 50 Fine Art Prints.
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Sculpture of a Nyertun tribal woman dancing, it stands 50" tall and then is 5" X 5". This item is carved out of Arbutus that is a protected tree here on the west coast. The only time you can get a piece of this wood to carve is when a tree either dies naturally and is removed by an arborist by permit, is uprooted by a storm, or cleared for housing projects.
Pender Island, BC Canada