Spirit Trail Benches

Spirit Trail Benches
Coast Salish Art
Coast Salish Art, public art, North Vancouver
Public Art, Coast Salish, Squamish
Public Art, Squamish, Coast Salish
Public Art, Coast Salish, Squamish
Public Art, Coast Salish, Squamish
Indigenous, Integrated

The Siyamin Artist Cooperative under the direction of artist Wade Baker created a series of bronze plaques depicting various Squamish legends .

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About the Artist:
Mintle-e-da-us (Wade Stephen Baker) was born in Vancouver, British Columbia in 1956. His Kwakiutl native name is Mintle-e-da-us which means place of plenty. His mother is high ranking nobility of the Kingcome Inlet people, Kwakiutl Nation, British Columbia. His late father, descended from Chief Capilano, was Coast Salish, Squamish Nation. Wade is a self taught artist who was inspired as a child by watching his relatives, master carvers Mungo Martin and Henry Hunt. He lives in North Vancouver.

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