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Totem pole art

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Carvings and designs of the Haidah Indians The Haidah Indians of the Queen Charlotte Islands James G. Swan, gentleman of Port Townsend, Wash. Washington: The Smithsonian Institution Press, 1874.

Carvings and designs of the Haidah Indians The Haidah Indians of the Queen Charlotte Islands James G. Swan, gentleman of Port Townsend, Wash. Washington: The Smithsonian Institution Press, 1874.

Mrs. Lyon's Blog - Teaching: The Art of Possibility: Totem Pole Art

I'm Katie Lyon, a 5th grade teacher, VP, Director of our 1:1 iPad program, and blogger. I share classroom tips, ideas, & resources for the classroom.

Totem Pole, Sitka, Alaska

Many Totem Poles can be found as you hike the paths through Sitka National Historic Park in Alaska. Thought I’d turn the photo to black and white, and then colorize back in the original color…

Tiki Totempaal kleurplaat. Categorieën: Tiki. Gratis printbare kleurplaten met grote variëteit in thema’s om uit te printen en in te kleuren.

Tiki Totempaal kleurplaat. Categorieën: Tiki. Gratis printbare kleurplaten met grote variëteit in thema’s om uit te printen en in te kleuren.

Into The Woods Road Art Studio: Third Grade Totem Poles

As apart of our Native American unit to follow our Wacky Weavings, we learned about the significance of totem poles and that they were (and still are) made by native tribes who lived in the Pacific Northwest region of North America. The keys word for this project was STYLIZE. We learned that some artists stylize their work by changing shapes, colors, and/or textures, in order to give their work their own personal touch. Each student created one stylized animal in the style of a real totem…

Printable Totem Pole Animals

First to know, totem poles are carved sculptures from large trees. It is a part of culture from indigenous peoples of Alaska, British Columbia and the Pacific Northwest.

"This amazing totem was on somebody’s front yard in Ketchikan, Alaska, right behind their parking spot. It’s beautiful, I love the character this bird has. I like the fact they are living art – carved wood standing out in the open, changing constantly due to weathering. They never were made to be hidden away in museums, presided over by people in white coats – they are for the people, and of the people." Matthew Wild

This amazing totem was on somebody’s front yard in Ketchikan, Alaska, right behind their parking spot. It’s beautiful. I have a fascination with crows and ravens, not to mention First Nations culture, and I love the character this bird has. Ketchikan is a town decorated by native Alaskan totem poles. Unlike modern art, each of them is different and has something to say. I like the fact they are living art – carved wood standing out in the open, changing constantly due to weathering. They…