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by #charlie-James. Kwakwaka'wakw mechanical mask Cape Mudge, Vancouver Island, British Columbia ca. 1900  "Infinity of Nations" at the National Museum of the American Indian - ICTMN.com

Kwakwaka'wakw mechanical mask Cape Mudge,Quadra Island, British Columbia ca…

An amazing mask. The jaw is hinged, and it blows down as well. The copper in the firelight is amazing. A great creation by Calvin Hunt and auctioned for the Bill Holm Center at the Burke Museum in Seattle. Mask was danced at Camp Nor'wester's Big House in 2011

A great creation by Calvin Hunt and auctioned for the Bill Holm Center at the Burke Museum in Seattle. The mask was danced at Camp Nor'wester's Big House in 2011

Doug Cranmer - Undersea Creature Mask

Doug Cranmer - Undersea Creature Mask

Transformation Mask Nuxalk or Heiltsuk British Columbia About 1865 Wood, metal, hair, cotton, paint and resin

Transformation Mask Nuxalk or Heiltsuk British Columbia About 1865 Wood, metal, hair, cotton, paint and resin

unknown Kwakwaka'wakw artist (Kwakwaka'wakw), Raven Mask, ca. 1900, red cedar, red cedar bark, paint, and string. Portland Art Museum.

Collection information about Raven Mask;

Late 19th Century Wolf Transformation Mask, Kawakwakawak

Late Century Kwakwaka'wakw (First Nations) Wolf transformation mask

Naas shagi yeil s'aaxw (Raven at the Headwaters of Nass hat)    Tlingit, Gaanax.ádi clan, Taku.   Attributed to Kadyisdu.axch', Tlingit, Kiks.ádi clan, active late 18th – early 19th century.    Description:	Ceremonial hat  Date:	ca 1810; photo 2010-12-18  Medium	: Maple, paint, shell, hair, baleen  Current location: Seattle Art Museum  There are human figures crouching within Raven's ears.

Clothing, Masks and Weaving of the First Nations of the Pacific Northwest

Northwest Coast Native Art  SHAMAN TRANSFORMING INTO WOLF  MASK SCULPTURE

Northwest Coast Native Art SHAMAN TRANSFORMING INTO WOLF MASK SCULPTURE

RUB New in Collectibles, Cultures & Ethnicities, Canada: Aboriginal

Kwakwaka’wakw artist. Thunderbird Transformation Mask, 19th century. Alert Bay, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Cedar, pigment, leather, nails, metal plate, open: 48 x 71 x 15 in. (121.9 x 180.3 x 38.1 cm), closed: 20 1/2 x 17 x 29 1/2 in. (52.1 x 43.2 x 74.9 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Museum Expedition 1908, Museum Collection Fund, 08.291.8902

Brooklyn Museum Exhibition: Life, Death, and Transformation in the Americas (Thunderbird Transformation Mask)

White Dog Blog Kwakiutl Sun Mask

White Dog Blog Kwakiutl Sun Mask

Eagle Canoe Bentwood Box by Bruce Alfred, Kwakwaka'wakw artist (W130901)

Eagle Canoe Bentwood Box by Bruce Alfred, Kwakwaka'wakw artist

Northwest Coast native wooden Box of Daylight Raven hat (c1850) by Tlingit artist of Taku at Seattle Art Museum. Seattle, WA.

Northwest Coast native wooden Box of Daylight Raven hat by Tlingit artist of Taku at Seattle Art Museum.

Lot 196- Henry Hunt (1923-1985 Kwakiutl) Attributed Bentwood Cradle Box 13.5''x29''x10''. Finely carved cedar polychrome painted box with sinew binding. Human, Eagle, and Sisiutl motifs on exterior with interior relief carved mask. Slight edge wear, overall excellent condition. Father of Kwakwaka'wakw artists Tony and Richard Hunt. Northwest coast native.

Lot 196- Henry Hunt (1923-1985 Kwakiutl) Attributed Bentwood Cradle Box 13.5''x29''x10''. Finely carved cedar polychrome painted box with sinew binding. Human, Eagle, and Sisiutl motifs on exterior with interior relief carved mask. Slight edge wear, overall excellent condition. Father of Kwakwaka'wakw artists Tony and Richard Hunt. Northwest coast native.

Audain Art Museum, Whistler, BC

Audain Art Museum, Whistler, BC

Crooked Beak of Heaven Mask Date: late 19th century Geography: Canada, British Columbia Culture: Kwakwaka’wakw (Kwakiutl) Medium: Wood, plant fiber, cord, pigment Dimensions: H. 18 1/4 x L. 40 1/8 in. (46.4 x 101.9 cm) Classification: Wood-Sculpture Collection, Gift of Ralph T. Coe Foundation for the Arts, 2011 MMA Accession Number: 2011.154.4

Crooked Beak of Heaven Mask Date: late century Geography: Canada, British Columbia Culture: Kwakwaka’wakw (Kwakiutl) Medium: Wood, plant fiber, cord, pigment Dimensions: H. x cm) Classification: Wood-Sculpture

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