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Small Totem Pole by Cicero August Cowichan Band BC

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Category
Condition
Used
Subject
Animals
Region of Origin
Canada
Medium
Wood
Original/ Reproduction
Original
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Dealer or Reseller
Largest Dimension
12" - 24"

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Stands 12" Tall. Cicero August was born in 1940 in Cowichan Bay, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. This area is representative of the Cowichan Band, a tribe that mainly inahbits the southern region of British Columbia. Cicero began carving at the very young age of eight. He reveals that his inspiration to carve Northwest Coast Native artwork came from Mungo Martin, the father of Northwest Caoast art responsible for bringing the art back when it was nearly lost as a culture. Cicero apprenticed under Simon Charlie for four years. Simon, a master carver, taught Cicero the traditional techniques of carving. With much experience and knowledge of his cultural mythology, Cicero has become a master carver himself Nation: Salish Born: 1940 Cowichan Bay, BC, CANADA
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