Wolf Framed

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Wolf can be considered a masculine symbol of leadership and intelligence.  He is a leader of the people and shows us strength in relationships and the importance of strong family values.  Wolves live and hunt in packs or family groups, so he is a teacher of cooperation, protectiveness and the value of extended families.  Wolf shows intense loyalty with a balance of independence. The Wolf is depicted in Pacific Northwest Coast First Nations art as having distinct features including sharp pointed teeth and claws, long snout, pointed ears and a bushy tail.  He is always depicted in a profile view.


Eric's crest is Eagle, and his family clan is Frog. While Eric has always been exposed to Haida art, he has only started creating prints and paintings on a regular basis since 2002. He cites Bill Reid and Robert Davidson as his primary influences, and most of his pieces reflect classic Haida design. Eric currently resides in Vancouver.

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