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Todd Jason Baker Snowgoose

'Snowgoose'
Limited Edition Silkscreen Print
Todd Jason Baker, Jan 24, 2014

 

  • Limited edition of 200
  • signed and numbered by the artist
  • serigraph (silkscreen) in two colors
  • printed on 245 gsm Stonehenge white 100% cotton paper
  • Image size 18" x 26" Paper size 22" x 30"
  • Signed authenticity paper included
  • free shipping
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  • $159.00 CAD

 

 

 
thunderbird

'Split Thunderbird'

Limited Edition Silkscreen Print
Todd Jason Baker, Feb. 1, 2011

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  • printable PDF Thunderbird legend file
  • Limited edition of 100
  • signed and numbered by the artist
  • serigraph (silkscreen) in two colors
  • printed on 245 gsm Stonehenge white 100% cotton paper
  • Image size 14" x 18" Paper size 18" x 24"
    Signed authenticity paper included
    free shipping
    100% satisfaction guaranteed
  • email artist
  • $129.00 CAD
  • thunderbird legend

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THUNDERBIRD

The Thunderbird is a mythical creature and a high-ranking prestige crest. Only the most powerful and prestigious Chiefs have the Thunderbird as a crest especially among the Kwagiulth, Nuu-Chah-Nulth and Coast Salish people.

It possesses supernatural power and is credited with creating the storms. It’s believed to live high in the mountains and carry lightening bolts under its enormous wings. When he blinked lightning came out of his eyes, and when he flapped his wings thunder roared.

He hunted and ate Killer Whales by using the two lightning snakes kept under his wings. They have the heads of wolves and are revered for their great hunting capability. These lightning snakes were often painted on the sides of canoes and then covered up by another coat of paint. The power emitted from these snakes would help the native whalers in their hunt.

Frequently depicted in Native art, the Thunderbird is often shown clutching the Killer Whale in its talons and on top of totem poles with its wings outspread. The representation of a Thunderbird bears a striking resemblance to the Eagle except that it has curly horns on top of its head.

Many legends are associated with the Thunderbird. One prominent Coast Salish legend tells of the Salish people’s great dependence on the Salmon. One day, the Killer Whale swam into the bay and the Salmon were frightened away. Soon the people began to starve and called out to the Thunderbird for help. The Thunderbird swooped down, grabbed the Killer Whale and carried him out to the sea. The Salmon returned and the people were no longer hungry. Thus the Thunderbird was known as a protector of the people and deeply revered.


By Todd Jason Baker, Squamish Silkscreen Print limited to an edition of 200, each numbered, titled and signed by the artist.   'The Speaker's Staff #1 is a bold design of the original House Totem Poles of the Haida Gwia
By Todd Jason Baker, Squamish Silkscreen Print limited to an edition of 200, each numbered, titled and signed by the artist.   'The Speaker's Staff #2 is a bold design of the original House Totem Poles of the Haida Gwia
By Todd Jason Baker, Squamish Silkscreen Print limited to an edition of 200, each numbered, titled and signed by the artist.   'The Speaker's Staff #3 is a bold design of the original House Totem Poles of the Haida Gwaii

Speaker's Staff #1

Limited edition of 200
signed and numbered by the artist
serigraph (silkscreen) in two colors,
printed on 245 gsm Stonehenge white 100% cotton paper
Image size 4" x 26"
paper size 8" x 30"
released July, 2008
signed authenticity paper included

Fits the IKEA Ribba 30 x 88 cm Frame perfectly, comes in black, silver, and dark brown.

See detailed photo's and framed on linked page


Speaker's Staff Legend/Definition
(Talking Stick) download pdf file


click image to see large

$106.00 CAD

free shipping

100% satisfaction guaranteed

 

 

Speaker's Staff #2

Limited edition of 200
signed and numbered by the artist
serigraph (silkscreen) in two colors,
printed on 245 gsm Stonehenge white 100% cotton paper
Image size 4" x 26"
paper size 8" x 30"
released July, 2008
signed authenticity paper included

Fits the IKEA Ribba 30 x 88 cm Frame perfectly, comes in black, silver, and dark brown.

see photo's of framed on next page

Speaker's Staff Legend/Definition
(Talking Stick) download pdf file


click image to see large

$106.00 CAD

free shipping

100% satisfaction guaranteed

 

Speaker's Staff #3

Limited edition of 200
signed and numbered by the artist
serigraph (silkscreen) in two colors,
printed on 245 gsm Stonehenge white 100% cotton paper
Image size 4" x 26"
paper size 8" x 30"
released July, 2008
signed authenticity paper included

Fits the IKEA Ribba 30 x 88 cm Frame perfectly, comes in black, silver, and dark brown.

See detailed photo's and framed on linked page

Speaker's Staff Legend/Definition
(Talking Stick) download pdf file


click image to see large

$106.00 CAD

free shipping

100% satisfaction guaranteed

 

Todd Baker
'Eagle'
  • Limited edition Silkscreen of 300
  • two colors
  • printed on 245 gsm Stonehenge white 100% cotton paper
  • Image size 18" x 19" w/ signature
  • paper size 22" x 26"
  • released JUNE, 2008
  • free shipping
  • 100% satisfaction guaranteed $149.00
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Eagle legend and definitions

    Eagle is respected for its intelligence and power, as well as its extraordinary vision, in both the literal and figurative senses.

    Eagle clan families are traditionally the most prominent, and Eagle chiefs the most powerful.

    Eagles in myth are, likewise, usually noble characters. Eagle spirits are associated with lofty ideals and the pursuit of freedom.

    Eagle is revered as a powerful hunter. Groups of mythical Eagles may gather for co-operative whale hunting expeditions, since, unlike the giant Thunderbird, Eagle is not strong enough to hunt whales alone. Eagle may often be depicted with Salmon, one of its favorite foods.

    Eagle feathers and down are sacred: traditionally, shamans believed in their healing powers and used them in a variety of ceremonial and ritual contexts, such as honoring a respected guest.

    In some Haida myths and legends, Eagle and Raven are close companions and serve as alter egos to one another They are two halves of the great whole, often divided and often united. They are technically equals.

    In this design of the Eagle his beautiful, high-ranking legendary wife and the two children Eagle bore with her are incorporated in his wings.

 

 

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'Orca'
$125.00

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serigraph (silkscreen) in two colors, signed by the artist

printed on 245 gsm Stonehenge white 100% cotton paper

edition of 200, 2 artists' proofs

Image size 14" x 18"

paper size 18" x 22"

released JUNE, 2006
$125.00
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Raven Limited Edittion Print

'Raven Releasing the Sun' 

  • 20" x 25" image size
  • silk screen limited edition print of 225
  • Stonehedge 100% cotton rag 60 lb.
    $129.00 CDN, Quality Guaranteed
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pdf Raven Legend for printing

 

"Good Medicine"
Todd Baker
22" x 22" image size
Limited edition of 100
completed for the Canadian Lacrosse Association for the Jim Bishop award
and can be purchased thru there website here.

Photo of Award

 

Jim Bishop Award

 
     
 
 
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bear2
 
 

'Bear-I'
Todd Jason Baker, Feb. 1, 2011

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  • Limited edition of 100
  • signed and numbered by the artist
  • serigraph (silkscreen) in two colors,
  • printed on 245 gsm Stonehenge white 100% cotton paper
  • Image size 9 1/2" x 9 1/2" Paper size 12" x 13"
  • Signed authenticity paper included
  • free shipping
  • 100% satisfaction guaranteed

$70.00 USD

Fits the IKEA Ribba 52 x 52 cm frame perfectly, comes in black, silver, and dark brown.

 

     

'Bear-II'
Todd Jason Baker, Feb. 1, 2011

SOLD OUT

  • Limited edition of 100
  • signed and numbered by the artist
  • serigraph (silkscreen) in two colors,
  • printed on 245 gsm Stonehenge white 100% cotton paper
  • Image size 9 1/2" x 9 1/2" Paper size 12" x 13"
  • Signed authenticity paper included
  • free shipping
  • 100% satisfaction guaranteed

$70.00 USD

Fits the IKEA Ribba 52 x 52 cm frame perfectly, comes in black, silver, and dark brown.

 
 
     
 
 
bear 3
     
bear 4
 
 

'Bear-III'
Todd Jason Baker, Feb. 1, 2011

SOLD OUT

  • Mother Bear Legend
  • printable PDF graphic PDF Bear legend
  • Limited edition of 100
  • signed and numbered by the artist
  • serigraph (silkscreen) in two colors,
  • printed on 245 gsm Stonehenge white 100% cotton paper
  • Image size 9 1/2" x 9 1/2" Paper size 12" x 13"
  • Signed authenticity paper included
  • free shipping
  • 100% satisfaction guaranteed

$70.00 USD

Fits the IKEA Ribba 52 x 52 cm frame perfectly, comes in black and dark brown.

     

 

'Bear-IV'
Todd Jason Baker, Feb. 1, 2011

SOLD OUT

  • Mother Bear Legend
  • printable PDF graphic PDF Bear legend
  • Limited edition of 100
  • signed and numbered by the artist
  • serigraph (silkscreen) in two colors,
  • printed on 245 gsm Stonehenge white 100% cotton paper
  • Image size 9 1/2" x 9 1/2" Paper size 12" x 13"
  • Signed authenticity paper included
  • free shipping
  • 100% satisfaction guaranteed

$70.00 USD

Fits the IKEA Ribba 52 x 52 cm frame perfectly, comes in black and dark brown.

 
 
     
 

 

  • Exhibitions:
  • 2009 Indian & Northern Affairs Canada, CANE Artisans Fair
  • 2009 Chief Joe Matthias Center, 100 Lower Capilano Road, NV, BC, Canada
  • 2009 Indian Affairs First nations
  • 2008 Squamish Rec Center, Capilano Road, North Vancouver, BC. 
  • 2008 Squamish Rec Center, squamish, BC, Canada
  • 2008 Ferry Building Gallery, West Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • 2007 Queen Elizabeth Theater, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 
  • 2006 Capilano Canoe Club, Ambleside, West Vancouver, British Columbia
  • 2006 Squamish Rec Center, Capilano Road, North Vancouver, BC. 
  • 2005 Squamish Rec Center, Capilano Road, North Vancouver, BC.   
  • Capilano College 2006, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 
  • Capilano College 2005, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 
  • 1988 Sinclair Center, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

    Galleries Todd's work is located:

    LOGO
    270 Whonoak Street
    North Vancouver, 
    British Columbia, 
    CANADA V7P 1P4
    Tel.: (604) 987-3339
    Fax: (604) 988-1930
    Toll Free Number 1-866-987-3339
    E-mail: khotlachaart@shaw.ca

     

    inuk

    Inukshuk Gallery
    A Div. of Gallery Indigena (Vancouver) Inc.
    101-1551 Johnston St
    Vancouver BC V6H 3R9
    TEL: 604-681-5016
    FAX: 604-681-5121
    e-mail: Vancouver@galleryindigena.com

     

    Art Country Canada
    Tue-Sat 11 - 5.30 p.m.
    Mountain Time
    15 Balsam Avenue -
    Bragg Creek, Alberta, Canada T0L 0K0


    Spirit Gallery spiritgallery
    6408 Bay Street
    Horseshoe Bay, West Vancouver
    British Columbia, Canada
    V7W 2H1

    TELEPHONE (604) 921-8972

     

    hills

    165 Water Street
    Vancouver, BC V6B 1A7
    CANADA

    Phone: 1-604-685-4249
    Fax: 1-604-682-4197

     

    Black Tusk Gallery

    Gallery Row - Hilton Resort

    Box 108 - 4293 Mountain Square

    Whistler, BC V0N 1B4

    info@blacktusk.ca

    www.blacktusk.ca

    1.877.905.5540

   

 

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