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It features a fine thunderbird, with outspread wings, sitting on top of a bear. Ellen carved this out of a solid chunk of yellow cedar and then added the wings fitted with pins as separate elements into the statue.
Below working on another commissioned work sometime in the late s. Ellen Neel is one of a family trio of totem pole carvers who put Kwakwaka'wakw totem pole carving back on the map in the first half of the 20th century.
The others were, her grandfather Charlie James, and her uncle Mungo Martin. Totem Pole - Ellen Neel Orig. Ellen was born in a plank house into a poor Kwakwaka'wakw pronounced Kwok-wokie-wok family in Alert Bay, Vancouver Island.
She grew up to become the first North West Coast woman carver. Like too many native women, her life was tragically short, and bedevilled by misfortune, none of it her doing Ellen as she looked the year she carved the pole left, and signed her name.
Her Kwakwaka'wakw name, which she seldom used, meant "People who came from far away to seek her advice. Ellen carved three types of poles: She took the most loving care with the bigger poles, as one can see with this one, when one compares it with mass produced tourist poles which only sold for two to ten dollars in The grizzly bear she carved as the base of the totem pole, top left.
Ellen Neel's construction method can be clearly seen on the back, along with the placement of her signature, and the date she made it.
The central totem was a single piece of red or yellow cedar. For the eagle's wings she fastened a paddle with tiny nails on to the base of each wing, to fit into two round holes she drilled into the central column. They are not glued just loosely fitted.
Perhaps they were once a tight fit, but, with the passing of time, and the drying of the wood, have become quite loose in their sockets.
Charlie James - Thunderbird c Ellen Neel - Thunderbird Here one can see, across the generations, the artistic legacy of Charlie James in the work of his granddaughter, who, as a child, learned her carving and painting technique, in the s and 30s, in his work shed that stood below at this spot on the beach at Alert Bay.
The shed, the hammering, the joyful noises of children playing - and learning - as their grandfather made his totem poles here, are long gone, but the spirituality of this place has only grown with their passing Higher on the beach, just over the road on the left, a new generation of Kwakwaka'wakw carvers carry on their legacy in their own "beach" sheds.
Though more than 30 years separate the poles above, some of Charlie's artistic flourishes can clearly be seen on Ellen's pole: The killer whale crest on the chest of the thunderbird, which Ellen put on most of her totems, was adopted from her grandfather too; it was her way of honouring him with his personal monogram which he had used in the same way.
Like no one, before or since, she and her family were destined to revive the totem pole culture of the west coast peoples in the consciousness of non-Aboriginal peoples in Canada. Over almost 20 years the Neels produced thousands of totem poles of all shapes and sizes, for countless customers, across Canada and the world.
Two of the finer Kwakwaka'wakw artists working in this shed are Aubrey Johnson below left, and Stephen Bruce right who gladly accept commissions that they bring to life only steps from where Charlie James and Ellen Neel once toiled in anonymity Aubrey Johnson was born in Alert Bay and can carve a wide variety of Kwakwaka'wakw masks, utensils, or decorative items.
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He carries on the traditions of Ellen, William and Mungo. Stephen Bruce was born in Alert Bay instarted carving at 18, and is versatile in creating anything from rattles, bowls, to masks and large totem poles for clients from Canada, the US, Japan, and Europe.
He carries on the traditions of Ellen, William, and Mungo. How much did racism, among Ottawa bureaucrats, have to do with Ellen's rejection?
Even then, the Nation's Heritage Art Gallery recognized him with great reluctance, and was pushed to do it. Everyone in the art community had known that Norval could drop dead any day - for years Auctioneers of his art blatantly used his impending death to hike the value of his art pieces they were selling.
Frankly the scuttlebutt is, that the National Gallery hoped he would die so they wouldn't have to give him a show. But Norval refused to die, and the National Gallery was finally forced to give him his due in We're sure that Ellenah cheered, though mutedly no doubt.
Just what did it take to get the high quality of Indian art recognized in Ottawa when it was in great demand and widely praised everywhere else in Canada and around the world?
The Gallery's reluctance was not accidental or an oversight; Norval had been world famous, for decades, everywhere except in Ottawa. Astonishing as it may seem, to non-Canadians, in an even worse snub to Canada's aboriginal community, the National Gallery had, at the time, not purchased even a single work by Canada's most famous Indian painter.
Compare that with another contemporary white artist, Michael Snow, who had good connections, from whom the Gallery had acquired over separate pieces during the same period of time. The Gallery's largest acquisition, ever, in fact, was for some 4 million converted dollars for a work by another Jewish American artist The disproportion of selective merit is nothing if not staggering when one considers there are overpeople who call themselves Indian in Canada, as opposed to onlywho call themselves Jewish.The electronic edition is a part of the UNC-CH digitization project, Documenting the American South.
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