Cedar Hill Long House Blog

Finding the perfect gift has never been easier! From now until December 31st, enjoy free shipping anywhere in the world, for any size of order. We have a unique selection of original paintings and limited edition serigraphs, as well as highly collectible editions by world renowned Northwest...
Francis Dick, Maynard Johnny Jr., Tim Paul   The University of Victoria is presenting a showcase of Indigenous artists from the coastal areas of British Columbia, including our very own Francis Dick, Maynard Johnny Jr. and Tim Paul. The exhibition, titled Understanding Place in Culture:...
Kwakwaka'wakw native artist Francis Dick was born in 1959 into the Musqamakw Dzawadaenutw Band of Kingcome Inlet. She is a descendant of the supernatural Wolf, Kawadelekala, who shed his animal form to become the first of the Kingcome people. Francis Dick spent the majority of her childhood...
Leslie Robert Sam was born in Duncan, BC in 1973. He adopted the artist name lessLIE in reference to the deception and betrayal that First Nations peoples suffered as a result of colonization. When lessLIE was six months old, he and his mother moved to Seattle to be closer to other family members,...
Richard Hunt is one of Canada’s most celebrated northwest coast artists. Born in 1951 in Alert Bay, British Columbia, he comes from a long line of internationally respected artists and carvers that have been instrumental in the survival of the Kwakwaka'wakw native art form. Richard Hunt...
We’re excited to announce an online exhibition of over 30 rare Art Thompson serigraphs. Opening August 25th, 2012, the exhibit promises to be the largest online collection and sale of Art Thompson prints anywhere, and features limited editions of long sold out, signed and numbered prints....
Northwest coast art is a flourishing art form that has grown and evolved over thousands of years. Its bold, highly-stylized designs are recognizable worldwide, but did you know that northwest coast art encompasses a wide range of subjects, mediums and traditions? Feel free to post this infographic...
Kwakwaka'wakw art has a long history of tradition and innovation, of legacy and inventiveness. Since the beginning, it’s been an evolving exploration of expression, design and form. But first: Who are the Kwakwaka’wakw? The Kwakwaka’wakw (pronounced Kwak-wak-ya-wak...
When you think of corporate art, what comes to mind? Muted, unrecognizable landscapes and reproductions of the old masters? Not any more. Companies are now appreciating art on an entirely new level, choosing pieces that not only look beautiful, but also set their business apart by creating a...
Woodland Art, also known as Legend Painting or Medicine Painting, is a distinct style of native art that blends traditional legends and myths with contemporary mediums. It explores the relationships between people, animals and plants and is rich with spiritual imagery and symbolism. What does...

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Joe Wilson - Loon
Loon

This limited edition silkscreen print titled "Loon"...

Dylan Thomas - Blue Moon, White Loon
Blue Moon, White Loon

Blue Moon, White Loon is a visual representation of transient spiritual experiences. The name...