This is a signed Limited Edition , Gallery-Framed print taken from a painting done in 1999 by the acclaimed First Nation Artist , Roy Henry Vickers ~ titled ' Eagle Totem' , and is a wonderful depiction of a West Coast scene as interpreted by the artist .
In traditional First Nations mythology , the eagle symbolizes grace and power , and has great intellectual abilities .
This bird is sacred to the people of the coast ,and is a wise and noble creature ~ representing both power and prestige to the First Nations folk of the Pacific Northwest .
Eagles mate for life , and share the ability of foresight , and are indicators of good times to come !
This professionally framed print is # 20 of 150 , created in 2003 , before the stencils were destroyed .
The full frame size is 35" long by 26" deep , and the image size is 17.5 x 27" . the number of colours in the painting is seven , and the Screenwork and Edition Printing was done by Roy Vickers and Eric Bourquin at Seacoast Screenprinting .
The print is done on 245 gm Stonehenge paper , as are the artists proofs.
This framed print was exhibited recently in Tofino , at Roy Vickers' Eagle Aerie Gallery ~ and was offered there for $3,000 .
Now offered in Victoria , for $1,600 .
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