Signed and Numbered Gold Embossed Print - "Salmon #120/1000" - By Northwest Coast Indian Artist Don Yeomans (1958-) - Brushed Gold Tone Metal Frame - Can Hang - Small Water Stain in Bottom Right Corner - 15.75" W x 1.5" D x 18.25" H
Artist Bio - Don Yeomans (1958-)
Don Yeomans was born in 1958 in Prince Rupert, B.C. to a Masset Haida father and a Metis mother from Slave Lake, Alberta.He is one of the most highly respected artists on the Northwest Coast of British Columbia. His training in Northwest Coast Indian Art began at an early age under the guidance of his aunt, well known carver and teacher Freda Diesing. In 1976, she encouraged Don to undertake more formal studies in the Fine Arts Programme at Vancouver, Community College, Langara. Here through exposure to many different artists and art styles, Don discovered new ways to enhance his conception of Native art. Since that time, Yeomans has worked with many Northwest Coast artists, including Phil Janzé, Gerry Marks, and Robert Davdison, and has studied their styles, techniques, and philosophies. The theme and style of Don's graphic designs often cross cultural lines, including those within the Northwest Coast Indian art community. Although perhaps best known for his graphics, Don is also an accomplished carver of wood, ivory, argillite, silver, and gold.
His work can be found in the University of British Columbia Museum of Anthropology, the Royal British Columbia Museum and many other famous public institutions. His work can also be found in many important private collections on a worldwide basis.
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