Stikine Triptych is a set of three limited edition Giclee Prints created by Alano Edzerza, a Tahltan Nation Native Artist. Each of the three prints has about the following size: 30 1/2 inches or 77.5 centimeters high X 14 3/8 of an inch or 36 1/2 centimeters wide. This Triptych Giclée Print is limited to an edition of 200, each numbered, titled and signed in original by the artist. The price includes shipping to the USA and Canada.
"The Stikine River is considered one of the last great wild rivers of British Columbia. It connects the Tahltan River to the Pacific Ocean and is a part of the sacred Headwaters.
Stretching from Northern B.C. to Alaska, it is a spawning ground for salmon, providing food for the people that live along its shores. It is the fridge of the Tahltan and Tlingit Peoples and of course, for its many visitors."
- Alano Edzerza