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Sea Bear Bracelet
Jim McGuire (Haida)
Beau Dick (Kwakwaka'wakw)
Trevor Angus (Gitxsan)
Before The Snag
Robert Davidson (Haida)
1997Edition /66This print is unframed. Available framed for $6,000 CAD. Please contact the galler...
1997Edition /66This print is unframed. Available framed for $6,000 CAD. Please contact the gallery directly.The original gouache painting of Before the Snag was done in 1997 and an edition of 66 prints was released the same year. The painting was part of an exhibition titled “The Abstract Edge” which opened at the Museum of Anthropology and toured to the McCord in Montreal, closing at the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa in 2004.
Raven Stealing the Light
Ses Saunders (Nuxalk)
Killer Whale and Stingray Panel
Phil Gray (Tsimshian)
Edition /5Pearlized White (Satin Finish) Patina"This panel shows a mother Killer Whale teaching h...
Edition /5Pearlized White (Satin Finish) Patina"This panel shows a mother Killer Whale teaching her calf to hunt for stingrays. The whales are shown diving down to the seafloor, where they bump the stingrays with their noses. The stingrays are startled and forced up toward the surface. Once in the open water, and off of the ocean floor, they become easy prey." - Phil Gray
Bear with Salmon Totem Pole
Perry LaFortune (Salish)
Bear is a dominant crest symbol. Bears are closely related to humans especially when standing on ...
Bear is a dominant crest symbol. Bears are closely related to humans especially when standing on their hind legs, bridging the human and non-human realms. Their strength and intelligence are universally respected and they are considered to be helping spirits of warriors. Bear is often depicted with a short snout, round paws, stubby tail and bared teeth.Salmon is fundamental to all coastal peoples, and is a symbol of regeneration, health and life. Many myths tell of people taken to the underse...
Killer Whale Panel
Ray Natraoro (Salish)
Edition /10Killer Whales are widely considered clan ancestors. Living in human form in undersea v...
Edition /10Killer Whales are widely considered clan ancestors. Living in human form in undersea villages, killer whales are often thought to be the reincarnations of great chiefs and are associated with wealth, unity and travel. Some prominent characteristic traits of Killer Whale are a rounded snout, blowhole, a dorsal fin, pectoral fins and a tail.
Douglas Reynolds Gallery, located in Vancouver’s South Granville gallery district, was established in 1995. We specialize in historic and contemporary Northwest Coast Indigenous art. The gallery showcases museum-quality pieces that make use of contemporary media such as bronze, glass, aluminum, and forton. Artworks include masks, totem poles, bentwood boxes, sculpture, gold and silver jewelry, and early historic objects.
Director and owner Douglas Reynolds has thirty-five years of experience dealing with Northwest Coastal Indigenous art. The gallery offers pieces by well-known artists such as Bill Reid, Robert Davidson, Jim Hart, Don Yeomans, Beau Dick, Klatle-Bhi, Jay Simeon, Phil Gray and others while also supporting emerging artists such as Trevor Angus, Hollie Bartlett, Landon Gunn, Jim Charlie and Kelly Cannell. Works by many of these artists can be found in museums and private collections worldwide.
We pride ourselves on a unique collection of works, and friendly, knowledgeable consultants and staff.