Small Cedar Panels with Abalone by Spirit Works
Made from reclaimed red cedar wood and glorious abalone shell, these Panels are not only beautiful but ecologically conscious. Adorned with designs by Coast Salish artist Shain Jackson the panels are produced by Spirit Works, a 100% First Nations owned and operated company located on unceded Squamish First Nation land right here in Vancouver. A wonderful choice for instant gift giving, from corporate and group gifts to that little something special for your home.
The Hummingbird is the joyful messenger and a symbol of health. When a Hummingbird appears, healing will follow.
The Wolf can be considered a symbol of leadership and intelligence. The wolf people shows us strength in relationships and the importance of strong family values. Wolves live and hunt in packs or family groups.
The Thunderbird is a supernatural being and symbol of power. They live in the mountains and have lightning sticks under their wings. As thunder rolls, eyes blink and lightning flashes.
The Bear is a symbol of authority and wisdom. Bear is a well-respected member of the community and sometime referred to as the protector of the forests.
The Raven is the transformer and the creator, Raven placed the sun and moon in the sky so the world would have light and also put the trees on land and fish in water. This primordial creature opened the clamshell to release the first man. He is known for his knowledge, trickery and creativity.
Shain Jackson is a Coast Salish Artist from the First Nation community of Sechelt. He is also a lawyer who has represented Aboriginal communities throughout British Columbia. Shain is the President of Spirit Works Limited, an Indigenous owned, operated and staffed company focused on the design, production and distribution of Indigenous artwork.
Dimensions: 5 1/2" x 3 1/2" x 1/2"
Materials: Reclaimed Red Cedar, Abalone Shell Inlay
Each box comes with a certificate of authenticity, information of the design and a biography of the artist.
MADE IN CANADA