Frog Dance is an unframed serigraph of a limited edition print series of only 70. The print was made in 2013 by Roy Henry Vickers from the Tsimshian Nation. The print is signed, numbered and titled in original by the artist.
The size of the print is 15 inches or 38 centimeters wide and 15 inches or 38 centimeters high.
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The following is quoted from Henry Vickers about this Print:
“Among the Gitxsan people where I live on the Skeena River, frog is one of the main clans of the people. When I think of frog I realize the importance of transformation and how this process is symbolized in the transformation from water being with a tail swimming through the lake to a four-legged creature hopping about on land. Transformation is an important theme throughout northwest coast legends and frog is the icon.
I moved back to the North Country when my son was two years old and immediately witnessed his love of frogs. There was a day in the first week of May when we had empty boxes lying about the yard and our boy Wakas had found his first frog. It was a busy time and I finally noticed my boy was nowhere to be seen and I scurried about like a worried parent looking for him. I hustled down the path to the river calling out his name hearing nothing but the birds and rushing water. As I walked back to the house through the empty boxes I stopped to see this little boy sitting in a large cardboard box lovingly holding this little frog in cupped hands. That was the day I did the Frog Dance fearing for my son only to find him safe and loving his first Skeena river frog.”
* Colours of artwork may not be exactly as on screen.