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"Journey to the Other World", Stan Greene, Coast Salish Serigraph, 1986

$ 1,575
  • Description
    In "Journey to the Other World" , Stan Greene depicts a departed soul with its guides and spirit animals on its journey to paradise, in a rattle-shaped bird canoe. It is a comforting image for those left behind. Stan Greene is a member of the Semiahmoo Band of the Coast Salish people of British Columbia, and is known for his carving and print-making. He is a leader of the revival of Coast Salish artforms in the Pacific Northwest. Coast Salish art traditions often included concentric circles, round human eyes, expressive faces, minimalistic style and simplified bodies. These traits are characteristic in this serigraph. The simple use of three bold colors results in a powerful, emotional image. Greene, as a print-maker, does all the work himself, from developing a vision, selecting colors, creating stencils, hand-applying paint, pushing it through the screen for each stencil, then pulling the prints off the screen-press and signing each one in pencil. Each copy is unique. He signed this serigraph in pencil along the bottom edge: "97/150...Journey to the Other World...Stan Greene 86'". The run of this serigraph was sold-out and is no longer available in the primary marketplace.
    This print was acquired at The Legacy, Ltd., a gallery in Seattle. The serigraph is in excellent condition and has been professionally framed in archival mountings under UV-protected museum-quality glass surrounded by a simple black wooden frame. Stan Greene was born in 1953 in British Columba, and is self-taught in his designs. He studied carving at the K'san School of Native Art in British Columbia in the northern style of Pacific Northwest First Nations art, but soon developed his own southern, Coast Salish motifs. Stan Greene's art is in many major collections, including The British Museum (London), Museum of Anthropology (Vancouver), Seattle Art Museum, National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa). He has an honorary PhD for his contribution to Coast Salish art and culture, awarded by the University of the Fraser Valley, British Columbia.
    The sight measurements of this serigraph are: 18"W x 14.5"H. The overall measurements, with the frame, are listed below.
  • More Information
    Documentation: Signed
    Notes: Signed, titled, and print number (97/150) - all in pencil along bottom of serigraph.
    Origin: Canada
    Period: 1980-1999
    Materials: Serigraph, stencil and paint on paper, hand-pulled.
    Condition: Good. No flaws, archival frame and glass
    Creation Date: 1986
    Styles / Movements: Other
    Dealer Reference #: D01-10-ER
    Incollect Reference #: 660735
  • Dimensions
    W. 27.5 in; H. 24 in; D. 1 in;
    W. 69.85 cm; H. 60.96 cm; D. 2.54 cm;
Message from Seller:

Robert James Walsh & Company is a thirty-year-old Vermont business dealing in antiques, art, and modernism. Robert Walsh, owner, is also an Accredited Member of Appraisers Association of America, as well as a respected consultant. We have participated in many international trade shows in the US and Canada.

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