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DUANE PASCO

2014 Totem Pole - In Progress

Red Cedar.

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A brand new totem pole is taking shape in Duane Pasco's studio.

 
GREG COLFAX

Wolf Mask & Whaler Mask

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Western Red Cedar, Copper, Acrylic, Graphite, Cedar Bark, Cloth. 2013

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DAVID FRANKLIN

Flight of the Thunderbird Door

       

Cedar, Sandblasted Glass.
Private Collection. 2012

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These clients were so enamored with a laser-cut print from Franklin's archive that they commissioned a beautiful door in sand-etched glass and hand-carved cedar from the artist.

 
DAVID FRANKLIN

Snoqualmie River Pole

Red Cedar.
96in h.
Private Collection. 2013

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ROBERT DAVIDSON

Salmon Transformation Mask

 

Red Cedar, Pigments, Opercula, Cedar Fringe. Private Collection. 2011

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COMMISSIONS BY COURTNEY LIPSON

 

Courtney Lipson has been commissioned by many clients to create stunning, personal jewelry that reflect their style and interests. Shown here are one-of-a-kind pieces from years of successful commissions.

To commission a work from the artist, contact the gallery.

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SCOTT JENSEN

Gonakadet Half-Scale House Post

Cedar, Pigments.
42in h x 16in w x 8in d.
Private Collection. 2011

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COURTNEY LIPSON

Century Project

  

Century Project was a multi-media "timeline" that recorded the life patterns of a private client. It illustrated key events in their life, and their surrounding energy, lessons and skills learned.

2011

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The micro-mosaic portion of Century Project measured 2" high and 100" long--an inch representing one year. It was comprised entirely of glass seed beads and gemstones, over which colored grouts were applied to seal the micro-mosaic and manipulate the colors and textures, giving depth.

Beginning ten years before his birth, the timeline illustrated the client's life events and personal journeys until age 90....hence the name: Century Project. Because the subject is in his fifties, the latter portion of his life was forecast, illustrating natural events like deaths and births, and unknown possibilities including intent and wishes. It was a meditation on the past, present, and future.

 
SCOTT JENSEN

Octopus Panel

Red Cedar, Pigments
Private Collection. 2010

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HIB SABIN

Owl Totem

 

Juniper, Pigments, Stand. 2010

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TOTEM POLE PARK

Totem Pole Park & Longhouse.

Specially commissioned poles by Duane Pasco, Joe David, Steve Brown, David Franklin, & Loren White.

Longhouse by Duane Pasco

 

 

 

 

 

Private Collection, 2006-2008.

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Click to view work by Joe David.

Click to view work by Steve Brown.

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Click to view work by Loren White.

 
DALE FAULSTICH

Raven Stealing the Light Panel

Red Cedar, Pigments. 2008

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JOAN TENENBAUM

Custom Wedding Rings

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Tenenbaum worked with this couple to modify one of her signature ring designs into a pair of perfect wedding rings.

 
SCOTT JENSEN

Sisiutl

Cedar, Pigments, 2006.  48 x 48".  Private Collection

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Privately Commissioned by a family, this relief panel represents Sisiutl, a double headed sea serpent known to guard the entrances of supernatural dwellings, and often found painted on canoes and over doorways protecting the inhabitants from evil. 

 
DUANE PASCO

Raven, Orca, Bear Totem

Western Red Cedar, Acrylic, 2006.
120 x 25 x 45" - Private Collection

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Duane Pasco meticulously documents the progress of his exquisite totem carvings.  This 10 foot totem was commissioned for a private home, with the artist and collectors working closely to design a personal piece.

 
SCOTT JENSEN

Octopus Pole, Raven Pole

Red Cedar, 2004. 77 x 7 x 8"  Private yacht

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These two totem poles were commissioned to grace the salon of a yacht whose owners wanted to celebrate the rich culture, mythology and beauty of South East Alaska.  The totem poles were designed to personally represent and symbolize the travels and adventures of the clients and their family. These red cedar poles were specifically designed to complement the interior of the yacht, with fixtures that allowed them to be easily mounted and removed when needed.

 
SHAUN PETERSON

Bear, Raven, Elk, Deer, Salmon Glass Panels

Sandblasted Glass, Red Cedar, Acrylic
Bear/ Raven (vertical)
46 x 34 x 3.5"
Elk/ Deer/ Salmon (horizontal)
34 x 46 x 3.5"

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Five glass and cedar panels were commissioned through Stonington Gallery for the Muckleshoot Tribe's new health facility, the Muckleshoot Health & Wellness Center in Auburn, Washington.  Subjects of characters were largely determined by individuals on the health committee for the artwork. 

 

All images copyright © Stonington Gallery or ZensPhoto.