Eagle Crest Design

Artist
Gender
Female
Style
Northwest Coast
Community
Art Type
Print
Collection
1973
Medium
Stencil on paper
Edition
Signed Hand-Stencil Print unnumbered
Size (in)
Mat (H x W): 20 ½ x 14 ¾ in | Paper: 17 ½ x 11 ½ in
Size (cm)
Mat (H x W): 52 x 37 cm | Paper: 44 x 29 cm
Framed
Not Framed, please enquire
Product ID
11100-00460

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Description

Eagle Crest Design’ by Haida artist Freda Diesing  – Northwest Coast art presented by DaVic Gallery of Native Canadian Arts.

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Condition:       Print with custom mat.  Paper discoloration directly underneath mat.  Some coffee stains that could possibly had been made by artist herself.

Description by Artist:

Notes from DaVic Gallery:    The Native Eagle Symbol is known as “The master of skies” and is a symbol of great significance. He is believed to be the creature with the closest relationship with the creator. By soaring great heights, he can travel between the physical world and the spiritual world. He is said to be a messenger to the creator. Unlike the raven’s ability to send messages down, the eagle sends messages and prayers to the Creator. If an Eagle was seen during a Prayer session it was a sign of having a prayer accepted If a prayer needed immediate attention from the creator an eagle feather would be held up towards the sky. Although every part of the eagle has separate and significant meanings, the Eagle as a whole signifies focus, great strength, peace, leadership and incredible prestige. The wings of an eagle symbolize the balance and co-dependency between females and males, and how each gender must work unitedly in order to achieve harmonious results.