White Wolf original 2013

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Loyalty, Family, Ritual Agility

Of all the animals, Wolf has the strongest supranational powers. Through his intelligence, he warned others of the great flood. Wolves are the most proficient hunters of all the land animals and are highly respected for their ability. Since this ability can be conferred on people, they are often sought after as spirit aids by Natives hunters. Wolves mate for life and are a symbol of togetherness and communication.


A self-taught Haida artist born in Prince Rupert, BC in 1961, Eric is a member of the Masset Band from the Haida Gwaii Nation.  His crest is the Eagle and his family clan is the Frog.  While Eric has always been exposed to Haida art, he only started creating prints and paintings on a regular basis since 2002.  Eric cites Bill Reid and Robert Davidson as his primary influences, and most of his pieces reflect classic Haida design.  Eric’s goal as an artist is to “continue to be a small part of the revival and continuity of our peoples’ traditions.”  Eric’s work include a 7-feet Eagle’s painting on fibre glass for the Eagles in the City Project for BC Lions Children’s charity.  He also has two limited edition prints currently displayed in the US Embassy:  Ethan & Isaiah (twin salmons in honor of his twin nephews) and Eagle (shown in the photo above).


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