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"Salmon People" 
42" x 14" x 4"

Cold Cast Bronze,
Limited Edition of 8  $1900.00 CDN 
Free shipping included, Worldwide
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artist statement

Legend has the "Salmon" as the transportation device for the human soul to the heavens, because the salmon is one of the innocent beings of creation, and as they climb the rivers to spawn and expire, they are also traveling closer to heaven helping the soul even more to its final destination.

In this rendition of the salmon, the soul is resting in the body just as jesus was placed in Mary's arms in Michelangelo's sculpture 'Pieta'.

  Todd has been selected as one of the Artists for the Kunamokst West Coast Mural Mosaic to be unveiled at the 2011 Winter Olympics in West Vancouver, British Columbia. Todd has completed his panel and you can see his panel #18 at www.muralmosaic.com/kunamokst.html  

Todd is doing his wonderful work for the eagles in the city


Eagle for eagles in the city, charity event Eagles in the City Logo and link
Eagle Sculpture painted

This Eagle has a print to accompany its travels and can be purchased below or at the following retail outlets and online

Spirit Gallery, Horseshoe bay

Khot-la-cha, Marine Drive, North Vancouver.

Hills Native Art, Gastown, Vancouver



This eagle can be found on West Georgia and Bute.

Artist Statement

This eagle contains many clans in its wings, and with the love of the east coast tribe colors I also wanted to include the east coast in this majestic bird sculpture. all tribes and clans come together in unity.

All Sculptures Painted by Todd Baker
are in the new book By Steve Miller

This book is available for purchase at www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/992788 or you may pick up a copy at our office at 3981 Oak St, Vancouver, BC.

Inside you will find 256 pages full of photos displaying all the Orcas, Spirit Bears & Eagles that adorned the streets of British Columbia along with stories of how the projects came about.



This Eagle was was transformed into a musical instrument by Steven Miller and Rick Harper and the wonderful contribution from Tom Lee Music.

In this Eagle I wanted to incorporate music visually somehow? flowing? thin it came to me. With a little adjustments to our customary shapes, I was able to transform regular U-shapes and Ovoid's into musical notes and keeping the West Coast native Flare.


Eagle legend

  • 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.
  • 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:


    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

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

    TELEPHONE (604) 921-8972

    Sun Spirit Gallery, West Vancouver, BC
    Visit our Sun Spirit Gallery location.


    165 Water Street
    Vancouver, BC V6B 1A7

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

Todd Jason Baker also specializes in logo design, corporate identity,
brochure and collateral design, direct mail, advertising, and web site design
Check out the graphic/logo portfolio to get some ideas on how he might be able to help your business.

Contact Todd Jason Baker
335 Skawshen Road
West Vancouver
BC, Canada
V7P 3T1
e-mail: toddjasonbaker@gmail.com
phone: 604-980-8067
website: www.nativeonline.com/toddsbio.html








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