NORTHWEST COAST Salish First Nations 62” Eagle Paddle, Oar by Maynard Johnny Jr. Coast Salish/Kwak’waka’wakw

 

Dimensions: 62.5” long x 7" wide x 1.5” thick 

Signed on the bottom by the artist.

 

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Artist: MAYNARD JOHNNY JR

Country/Region: Northwest Coast

CULTURAL GROUP:
Kwakwaka'wakw and Coast Salish

BORN:
April 4, 1973

BIRTHPLACE:
Campbell River, BC

Maynard Johnny Jr, a resident of Chemainus, is of Coast Salish descent on his father’s side from Penelakut Island and Kwakwaka’wakw descent on his mother’s side from Cape Mudge on Quadra Island. 

Working in a variety of mediums, his paddles and original paintings are amongst his most sought after work. He is inspired by notable artists including Robert Davidson, Art Thompson, Richard Hunt, and Mark Henderson and was featured in the Changing Hands: Art Without Reservation 2 exhibit at the Museum of Art and Design, New York, in 2005. 

In 2009, Maynard's work adorned the cedar gift boxes that were given to special guests at the Canadian Juno Music Awards. His works can be found in fine galleries and private collections around the world.

NORTHWEST COAST Salish First Nations 62” Eagle Paddle, Oar by Maynard Johnny Jr.

C$3,600.00Price