Inuit Gallery of Vancouver - Specializing in Inuit art, Northwest Coast art, Native Indian art, Canadian aboriginal art, Jewelry, Sculptures, Prints, Drawings, Masks

Inuit Gallery of Vancouver - Specializing in Inuit art, Northwest Coast art, Native Indian art, Canadian aboriginal art, Jewelry, Sculptures, Prints, Drawings, Masks

AMAZING Raven - Wooden Wall Plaque -  Artist: Craig Voisen, Coast Salish

AMAZING Raven - Wooden Wall Plaque - Artist: Craig Voisen, Coast Salish

Inuit Gallery of Vancouver - Specializing in Inuit art, Northwest Coast art, Native Indian art, Canadian aboriginal art, Jewelry, Sculptures, Prints, Drawings, Masks

Inuit Gallery of Vancouver - Specializing in Inuit art, Northwest Coast art, Native Indian art, Canadian aboriginal art, Jewelry, Sculptures, Prints, Drawings, Masks

Killer Whale, from the Haida Native Americans. The Haida are an indigenous people of British Columbia, Canada and British North America, formerly the Russian Territories.

Killer Whale, from the Haida Native Americans. The Haida are an indigenous people of British Columbia, Canada and British North America, formerly the Russian Territories.

Selkies are said to live as seals in the sea but shed their skin to become human on land. The legend is common in Orkney and Shetland. Male selkies are described as being very handsome in their human form, and having great seductive powers over human women. They typically seek married women waiting for their fishermen husbands. Female selkies can be 'caught' and married in human form by hiding their seal skins, but if she finds her skin she will immediately return to her true home. <:((((><(

Seal/Woman - limited edition cyanotype original print, blue, handmade, selkie, sea, folklore

Selkies are said to live as seals in the sea but shed their skin to become human on land. The legend is common in Orkney and Shetland. Male selkies are described as being very handsome in their human form, and having great seductive powers over human women. They typically seek married women waiting for their fishermen husbands. Female selkies can be 'caught' and married in human form by hiding their seal skins, but if she finds her skin she will immediately return to her true home. <:((((><(

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