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ARTIST: Clarence A. Wells (Canadian First Nations Gitsxan, b.1950)
LIMITED EDITION: 136/180
PRICE: $1175.00 ($CDN)
STOCK ID: WC136sv-stnd
IMAGE SIZE (h x w): 12 x 9 inches | 30.5 x 23 cm
SHEET SIZE (h x w): 17 x 13 inches | 43 x 33 cm
CONDITION: Image: excellent; Margins: excellent
COPYRIGHT & PUBLISHER: artist holds copyright unless otherwise stated on artwork
ABOUT THE ORIGINAL WORK:
under image in pencil by artist: dated March '77, titled Loon, signed Clarence A. Wells, numbered 136/180
vintage print, two-colour, black and red, original 1977 limited edition serigraph on light-brown paper
ABOUT THE ARTIST: Clarence A. Wells, Gitxsan (Gitsan) Clan of the Tsimshian (Tsimpshien) Born 1950 in Port Alberni, B.C.
Clarence Wells is an acclaimed contemporary Pacific Northwest Coast First Nations artist and carver. As a youth, he spent five years in Alberni Indian Residential School and moved back to Prince Rupert in 1962. At the age of 15, he won a National Art Design Award signed by Arthur Laing and moved to Vancouver in 1965, where he attended the Langara Campus of Vancouver Community College for four years, with emphasis on art. Clarence A. Wells has since become an internationally reknowned artist whose Haida style paintings are often painted onto hand-crafted shaman drums, as well as hand-carved boxes and other household items.
by Artist: 1900s, Canadian, Clarence, Clarence A Wells, First Nations, Wells
by Collection: Animal, Animal Portrait, Canadiana, Contemporary, Environment Awareness, First Nations, Historical, Modern, Native & Aboriginal, Religious & Spiritual, Storytelling, Traditional
by Shape: Vertical
by Image Size: Small
by Art Mediums: Colour Image on Paper, Limited Edition, Not Framed, Numbered, Original Print, Screen Print, Signed by Artist, Silkscreen