Working with the K’ómoks Nation towards Q’waq’wala7owkw on their unceded territory.

Working with the K’ómoks Nation towards Q’waq’wala7owkw on their unceded territory.

Stillness - Andy Everson

Stillness by Andy Everson

About the Artwork

Medium: Print on Archival Paper
Print Size: 12″ x 20″ on archival paper ~ $150,
16″x 24″ SOLD OUT,
24″ x 40″ on canvas ~ $1000,

Also available as an 11×17 poster

Canvases out of stock

The print is of the estuary looking from the Rotary stand towards where the LaFarge tower used to be. At the top, there is a First Nations representation of the Orion star constellation (according to legend the dipper cup contains fog which is emptied on a foggy day into the estuary).

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About the Artist

Andy Everson is a Northwest Coast Artist born in the Comox Valleyin 1972. He was named Na̱gedzi after his grandfather, the late Chief Andy Frank of the K’ómoks First Nation.

He has a Master’s degree in anthropology and started seriously creating art in 1990 when he started designing and painting chilkat-style blankets for use in potlatch dancing.

Andy explores and expresses his ancestral artwork in a number of contemporary ways and has created many iconic symbols for the Valley and beyond.

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