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The Jade Canoe by British Columbia Haida artist Bill Reid (1920–1998) From Wikipedia: – The canoe carries the following passengers: Raven, the traditional trickster of Haida mythology, holding the steering oar; Mouse Woman, crouched under Raven’s tail; Grizzly Bear, sitting at the bow and staring toward Raven; Bear Mother, Grizzly’s human wife; their cubs, Good Bear (ears pointed forward) and Bad Bear (ears pointed back); Beaver, Raven’s uncle; Dogfish Woman; Eagle; Frog; Wolf, claws…

The Jade Canoe by British Columbia Haida artist Bill Reid (1920–1998) From Wikipedia: – The canoe carries the following passengers: Raven, the traditional trickster of Haida mythology, holding the steering oar; Mouse Woman, crouched under Raven’s tail; Grizzly Bear, sitting at the bow and staring toward Raven; Bear Mother, Grizzly’s human wife; their cubs, Good Bear (ears pointed forward) and Bad Bear (ears pointed back); Beaver, Raven’s uncle; Dogfish Woman; Eagle; Frog; Wolf, claws…

Dogfish Woman   The Spirit of Haida Gwaii)   Bronze sculpture by Bill Reid (Canada)     Part of the Vancouver Sculpture Biennale   January  2007

Dogfish Woman The Spirit of Haida Gwaii) Bronze sculpture by Bill Reid (Canada) Part of the Vancouver Sculpture Biennale January 2007

Orca - Bill Reid | Flickr : partage de photos !

Orca - Bill Reid | Flickr : partage de photos !

Haida canoe with Raven design and painted paddles on display at the Canadian Museum of Civilization, by Bill Reid

Haida canoe with Raven design and painted paddles on display at the Canadian Museum of Civilization, by Bill Reid

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