Discussion in 'Arts and Literature' started by Jack Devlin, Jan 20, 2013.

  1. Jack Devlin Active Member

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    The mask fits into a fishing theme website because, after all, it is of Kumugwe, The Chief of the Undersea World. Western Red Cedar. The copper represents Kumugwe's house in the sea and the Killer Whale is his messenger. Abalone for eyes. View attachment 23142
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  2. NewTyer1 Banned or Parked

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    Pretty damn cool if you ask me
  3. yuhina Tropical member

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    WOW!! so coool!!
    Thanks for sharing!
  4. Steve Knapp Beach Bum

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    Wow Jack, very impressive!
  5. GAT Active Member

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    I don't think the artwork and literature is limited to specifically flyfishing (there wouldn't be enough posts)... If the work has a NW and/or sports afield slant, I think it would fit into this forum.
  6. Dave Evans Active Member

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    Wow! Very nice. You have a gift.
  7. wadin' boot Donny, you're out of your element...

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    Great mask!
  8. allenro Active Member

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    Northeast coast.
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    That's really cool.
  9. Skip Enge Active Member

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    Very Nice Jack...I have worked with the real stuff over the years in the museum exhibit bizz and seen lots of replicas...Nice work!!!!...You must own some Bill Holm books for study. I met him a looong time ago...Also visited the Provincial Museum in Victoria BC specifically to view the mask collections in the Anthro museum...and met mountmakers there years ago...I became quite proficient at that over the years...