Sea Anemone by Robert Davidson (Haida)

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  • Framed: 46 1/2 inches x 37 inches x 2 1/4 inches

Material: Serigraph

Year: 2015

Limited edition:  Robert Davidson made this print in 2015, and it is a limited edition of 10 prints. This piece is number 10/10.


Xang k’ulut - Sea Anemone. Notes recorded by Swanton, “We so name something that grows out of the rocks, Red face growing out of the rocks.” 

The original edition of this print, produced in 2015 with slightly smaller dimensions, was donated to the Artists for Kids program in North Vancouver.

Illustrating Robert Davidson's ability to interpret old forms through abstraction, pairing an image to essential lines, elemental shapes and a strong use of colour.

Made by renowned Haida artist Robert Davidson:

For more than fifty years now, Robert Davidson has worked as an artist and has produced an internationally acclaimed body of work. His work is in several private and public collections, including the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa, the Vancouver Art Gallery, the Canadian Museum of History in Hull, Quebec, and the Southwest Museum in Los Angeles. His Haida name is Guud Sans Glans which means "Eagle of the Dawn".

Davidson’s passion for reviving and perpetuating various forms of Haida cultural expression, including song, dance, and ceremony, has fuelled his remarkable output. He was responsible for carving and raising the first totem pole in his hometown of Massett in nearly 90 years when he was just 22 years old. His inspiration was to give his elders a chance to celebrate culture in a way they could not in their lifetimes.

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