Friday, January 20, 2006

Salmon Fish in Pacific Northwest Native American Indian Artwork and Culture

A new article has been added to the Pacific Northwest Native American Indian Art Information Articles section of the Free Spirit Gallery website. This article discusses the significance of the salmon fish in both the artwork and culture of the Pacific Northwest Native American Indian people. There are about 8 different species of salmon fish found in the Pacific Northwest region including the chinook, sockeye, pink and coho. Salmon have always been a mainstay food source in the Pacific Northwest for both man and wildlife such as bears, large birds and otters.


See this new article at Salmon in Northwest Native American Indian Artwork.

As part of a new shipment of Pacific Northwest Native American Indian artwork received over the holidays, there are currently quite a few wonderful salmon fish carvings.


pacific northwest native american indian artwork salmon fish carvings

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