- watercolorist with a difference -
- series of 7 lithographs
by Judi Wild
This collection represents a detailed visual documentation of some of the actual monumental
poles from the historical village of Ninstints - designated as a World Heritage site in 1981.
With the deepest respect for the ancient Haida carvers of Ninstints Judi Wild has accurately recreated their
design work. Using nothing more than her imagination and a few old black & white photos, some dating back
to the early 1900's, she has captured the natural beauty of these magnificent monuments.
This Ninstints series of 7 has been accepted into the National Archives of Canada It is an honor that Judi's work has been recognized as having historical value.
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"Spirit of Chief Ninstints"
item no. 101LE
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ltd. edition prints 395 s/n size:38" X 17.5"
Price of litho PRINT = $125- cdn. funds comes with poem
"Spirit of Chief Ninstints" by Judi Wild
300 hours of
painting & research went into the making of this striking
painting. It is first is a series of 7.
"I used antique black & white photos dating back as far as 1901 for part of my reference material. If you look closely into the foggy background of this painting you will see the spirit of the last of the Chief Ninstints' holding his traditional talking stick".
Totem poles from the Ancient Haida village of Ninstints - 1981 designated as a World Heritage site -
INFORMATION ABOUT THE TOTEM POLES
HISTORY & PHOTOS OF THE HISTORICAL VILLAGE OF NINSTINTS
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