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Eagle Panel, by Trevor Angus

Eagle, “Master of skies”

Northwest Coast natives believe Eagle is closest to the Creator of all. By soaring great heights, he can travel between the physical world and the spiritual world. He is said to be a messenger to the Creator. Eagle is noble and is a symbol of sharing.

Eagles are known for their hunting skills, their great vision and their impressive sky dives for prey. With Eagle you feel power and intellect. It gives him the symbolism of foresight, making good choices, lofty ideals, leadership and also the pursuit of freedom. The wings of Eagle symbolize the balance and co-dependency between femininity and masculinity, and how each traits must work unitedly in order to achieve harmonious results. It is about achieving a sense of wholeness. Feathers of Eagle are believed to be sacred and with healing power. The feather transmits strength. They help people to speak honestly from the heart, without pain or anger. The middle vane in the feather symbolizes our lifepath. Every barb that comes of the middle vane symbolizes the choices we make in life – always attached to our main path of life.

For us, Eagle can represent a need for wisdom, insight or vision – sharing your truth or speaking from the heart. It can also indicate a need for wholeness. The coming together of two alter egos – multiple traits that are fighting for a place in your existence. Maybe you don’t have to deny parts of yourself, but you just need to experience the right balance. We feel the answer lies in bringing it all together.

Specifications
Medium Sculpture
Year 2019
Dimensions (w-d-h) 91 – 91 – 4 cm
Material Red cedar, acrylic paint
Serial number Original one of a kind hand carved
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Trevor Angus (Tka’ast)(1970) grew up in the town of Kispiox, British Columbia. Trevor carved his first plaque in fourth grade under the instruction of Victor Mowatt.  Daniel Yunkws was also a teacher of his during this time.  His school craft teacher inspired him enormously. He pointed out the potential in Trevor’s work.

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