is from the Gitxsan Nation and he is from the wolf clan. His
passion in life is to carve, draw, and paint Northwest Coast Art. Since
1986, Errol has worked on four mediums, such as wood, paper, fabric and
engraving. In the years of carving, he has always learned valuable
lessons in every piece of art. The gratitude of the art is shown with
the quality and balance.
Limited edition prints
1.) Fortitude, is the Eagle and Salmon.
2.) Circle of Love, is the five
3.) Salmon Run, is the four salmons.
Image size is 9in x 12in and the paper
size is 11inx 15in.
In the bottom right corner I have every
print stamped. I have sent a picture too.
It is getting close to Christmas time.
These prints would be ideal for gifts. To cycle these prints in
time for the shoppers I am going to price these editions at reasonable cost.
All prints are $30 each, over 10 it is
$27.50each and 20 or more would be 25each. Plus, $25 for the shipping.
I would need your full mailing address, name and phone number. Payment
would be by money order, once I have a tracking number to that then I
would package the prints and send it the same day.
South Hazelton, BC
first introduction to West Coast Art was watching a pole-raising
ceremony in Kispiox. As well as watching an artist paint several designs
on the elementary school. It took a few years later to start learning
the basic designs, like ovoids, crescents, U-forms, fillers, and form
lines. He is thankful for the ancestors and mentors to assist in
creating plaques, bowls, masks, totem poles, rattles, talking stick, and
engraving. The honorable teachers’ are Earl Muldon, Vernon Stephens,
Roy Hanuse and Clarence Wells. As a tribute to their lessons, Errol
passes the gift of carving or drawing to those who are serious on
learning the art. , “When the student is ready, the teacher will