Deer Mask

wood carving

Deer Mask - wood carving by Troy Roberts
Deer were an important food resource and, in some areas, were the most widely hunted land animal.

The healing sticks of shamans often feature hoof rattles. In the art, Deer is represented fairly naturalistically, with a long, narrow snout; delicate, regular features; smallish, rounded ears; and antlers.

Carved from red cedar with acrylic paint and varathane - dressed with cedar bark - mouth opens and closes - copper teeth and real deer antlers.

Deer mask
Height - 30"
Width - 12"
Lenght 30"
1453 Cliffe Crescent
V9W 7K6, Campbell Indian Reserve
Campbell River, B.C., Canada
Tel: 250-830-0145 (international: +1 250-830-0145)