Set of 4 Northwest Canadian Native Arts & Culture Books
Some of them have a little shelf wear on the covers, but are overall in great condition!
Northwest Native Arts: Basic Forms
Written and illustrated by Richard E. Stanley Sr. - The House of Ni'isyuush
Over 80 instructional drawings of native art.The Wolf, The Eagle, The Killer Whale. Learn how to draw these and other powerful illustrations of the native arts with help from the step-by-step guide. Using his own original designs, author Richard E. Stanley Sr. takes you through the process from the beginning, showing you how to first draw the basic forms in native art, including ovoids and U-shapes.
Northwest Native Arts: Creative Colors 2
Written and illustrated by Richard E. Stanley Sr. - The House of Ni'isyuushISBN: 9780888395337
The Wolf. The Eagle. The Killer Whale, Raven and many other powerful designs. Color in these designs using pen, pencil crayons or paints.
Indian Art and Culture of the Northwest Coast
By Delia Kew and P.E. Goddard
Hancock House Publishers
Black and white - with chapters on Material Culture, Social and Political Organization, Art, Religion and Ceremonial Life.
Songs of the Pacific Northwest
By Philip J. Thomas
Edited by Jon Bartlett
208 pages (Black and white)
This unique collection of songs spanning a period of seventy-five years is a colorful documentary giving vivid glimpses into the social, economic, and political life of the province from the time of Captain Cook to the present. Founding and honorary life member of the Vancouver Folk Song Society, honorary president of the Canadian Folk Music Society, Phil Thomas sings, accompanies himself on a five-string banjo or guitar and has for thirty years taught and been concerned with the spread of awareness and enjoyment of folk music.