This Beaver Mask is carved and painted by Greg Henderson from the Kwakwaka´wakw Nation (formerly known as Kwakiutl Nation). It has been carved from red cedar and painted in yellow, red, black, brown, and green acrylic. It features 3 bundles of cedar bark, one on either side and one on the bottom.
The Beaver Symbol teaches people to be productive and not limit their options. He teaches us to be persistent and to use available resources. The Beaver helps people understand the dynamics of teamwork and to appreciate each individual’s talents and contributions in order to accomplish anything.
Find more information about and examples of The Beaver Northwest Coast First Nations symbol.
The mask including the cedar bark measures approximately 15 inches or 38 centimeters high, 17 inches or 43 centimeters wide, and 7 inches or 18 centimeters deep.
The last image shows Greg holding the mask.
The price includes shipping to the USA and Canada.