Masks

Hand carved and painted eagle portrait mask by Salish artist Tom Eneas Kolus (baby thunderbird) mask by Kwakwaka'wakw artist Simon James Hand Painted and Carved Red Cedar Mask by Kwakwaka'wakw artist Beau Dick Hand carved red cedar, acrylic and cedar bark Portrait Mask by Gitxsan artist Earl Muldoe Hand Carved and Painted Red Cedar Owl Mask by Cree artist Gene Brabant Hand carved and painted red cedar, acrylic and cedar bark moon mask by Kwakwaka'wakw artist Don Bean Hand Carved and Painted Portrait Mask by Salish artist Tom LaFortune Hand Carved and Painted Red Cedar Moon Mask by Salish artist Tom Eneas Kwakwaka'wakw artist Rande Cook's red cedar Moon Panel with Acrylic details Red Cedar Portrait mask by Kwakwaka'wakw artist Joslyn Williams Raven Releasing The Sun red cedar mask by Coast Salish artist Yul Baker Red cedar and acrylic Shark Mask by Haida artist Don Yeomans Red cedar, acrylic, and human hair Dogfish mask by Haida artist Robert Davidson and Nuu-chah-nulth artist Joe David Red Cedar Shaman Mask by Kwakwaka'wakw artist Edwin Neel Red Cedar, acrylic, cedar bark and copper New Moon mask by Kwakwaka'wakw artist Klatle-bhi Red Cedar Eagle and Moon mask by Salish artist Tom Eneas Red cedar and acrylic moon mask by Haida artist Don Yeomans Red cedar, acrylic and horse hair Healer mask by Nuu-chah-nulth artist Douglas David Red Cedar, Horse Hair and acrylic Shaman in Trance mask by Kwakwaka'wakw artist David Neel Bert Smith; Kwakwaka'wakw; Campbell River; Raven; Hamatsa; Hamatsa Raven; Tlowitsis Red cedar, acrylic and horse hair tsonokwa mask by salish artist Francis Horne Sr. and John Livingston Bella Coola style portrait mask by salish artist Jim Charlie red cedar Shark Mask by Cree artist Jay Brabant Tsimshian portrait mask by Tsimshian artist David Boxley Red cedar Nulth Mah Fool mask by Kwakwaka'wakw artist Gene Brabant Cedar Raven mask by Kwakwaka'wakw artist Charles Joseph Jr. Raven Transforming mask by Cree and Metis artist Darren McKenzie Yellow Cedar "Mother of Frogs" mask by Coast Salish artist Aubrey Lafortune Bella Coola Thunder mask in red cedar by Cree artist Gene Brabant Nuu-chah-nulth portrait mask Nuu-chah-nulth portrait mask  Portrait mask by Nuu-chah-nulth artist Douglas David Alder Moon Masquette by Nisga'a artist Brandon Farlerigh Alder Hawk Mask by Nisga'a artist Brandon Farleigh "Shark Woman" red cedar mask by Haida artist Jay Simeon Frog Mask paper cast by Haida artist Ben Davidson Red Cedar Gaagit Mask by Haida Blackfoot artist Jay Simeon Red cedar, acrylic, abalone and horse hair portrait mask by Nisga'a artist Norman Tait "Bookwus Wildman" red cedar mask by Kwakwaka'wakw artist Simon James Alder Gaagit Mask by Haida artist Ben Davidson "A Shaman called Fool" Mask by Kwakwaka'wakw and Salish artist Klatle-bhi "Pugmis" red cedar mask by Kwakwaka'wakw artist Klatle Bhi Heiltsuk Ancestor mask by Heiltsuk artist Ryan Cranmer First Nations Native Red Cedar Bumblebee Mask by Kwakwaka'wakw artist Earthquake Mask by Kwakwaka'wakw artist Tom Patterson Shaman's Mask in red cedar by Kwakwaka'wakw artist Marcus Alfred "September Blue Moon" in red cedar by Salish artist Jody Broomfield Red Cedar Articulated Mark by Tsimahian artist Corey Moraes Red Cedar Articulated Portrait Mask by Native First Nations Kwakwaka'wakw artist Joe Wilson "Namgis Portrait Mask" in red cedar and acrylic by Heiltsuk artist Ryan Cranmer. Red Cedar & Acrylic White Owl mask by Tsimshian artist Corey Moraes "Into the Light" mask by Salish artist Carl Stromquist Eagle Mask by Salish artist Tom Eneas "Blue Moon" red cedar mask by Haida artist TJ Young Killer Whale Mask by Salish artist Tom Eneas "Pugwis Man From the Sea" red cedar mask by Nuu-chah-nulth artist Tom Patterson Kwakwaka'wakw style "Crooked Beak" mask by Salish artist Derald Scoular

"Full appreciation of a mask's mystic power can only come through experiencing the carved image in its proper context -- by firelight, on a costumed dancer circling the central hearth of a plank house. To witness the dramatic and characteristic movements of the bird or animal portrayed and to hear the pounding of drums and the chanting of songs is to sense the power of the mask and feel the hearthbeat of the great culture" (Stewart 1984: 107). - Cedar