Salmon Plaque by John Spence, Squamish
John Spence

Salmon Plaque by John Spence, Squamish

Regular price $120.00 $0.00

This wall plaque with its deep red hue and creamy coloration has been created by Coast Salish artist John Spence

The Salmon is a symbol of abundance, wealth and prosperity because Salmon is the primary food source for Northwest Coastal people, representing the ability to provide for your family.  Salmon are Supernatural beings who give up their life to feed our people.  We hold them in high esteem and honour their return every year.

John Spence was born in North Vancouver, BC in 1970. He is a member of the Squamish Nation and from the Killer Whale clan. John is a grandson of the late Chief Simon Baker (Khot-la-cha). Spence is a talented wood carver who has worked and learned under the watchful eyes of Peter Charlie and Richard Baker. His personal style is traditional Coast Salish and features thoughtful design and attention to detail. He uses paints and stains to highlight the natural grains and textures of the yellow and red cedar he carves.

Dimensions: 4" x 12"

Material: Yellow Cedar

Each plaque is signed by the artist and comes with an artist biography and design information. 

MADE IN CANADA

At Lattimer Gallery we work directly with our artists to provide the highest quality, authentic art from across British Columbia. Please Allow 2-3 weeks if the item needs to be custom ordered. 

Please note that each plaque is hand-made and unique and therefore may differ from the image above in coloration and texture. 


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