This limited edition print titled “Yuman Na’mima” by Kwagu’ł artist Calvin Hunt has been hand-produced using the screen-printing process. This edition consists of 200 signed & numbered copies.
“This print was inspired when my wife and I renewed our 25th Anniversary vows. I designed a screen, which is a representation of my family. The box at the bottom of the print represents where our treasures came from. The Wolf represents myself, Calvin Hunt; this comes from my mother’s side of the Mowochaht of friendly Cove, which belonged to my grandfather. This Wolf has the same ranking as our Hamatsa of the Kwagu’l. I am holding up my wife, Marie, represented with the Copper. This crest comes from her father’s side, the late Leslie Nelson of Kingcome Inlet. The Thunderbird comes from my grandmother’s side from Koskimo; this represents our eldest son, Jordan. The small Wolf is my Wolf Dance, which I will pass to our son, Nolan, sometime in the future. The Tokwit, designed in the form of Sisiutl represents good and bad, belongs to my daughter, Ali" —Calvin Hunt
This edition consists of 200 signed & numbered copies. Print Size: 44 x 76.5 cm or about 17 1/2 x 30 inches. Image size: 35 x 68 cm or almost 14 x 27 inches.
The print for sale does not include a frame.