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- This little beauty is just about ready for ink. This is a Pacific Northwest piece featuring @raven_maven that I’ve wanted to do for a while, I’m playing around with it in my sketchbook first. Also, notice my stubby unsharpened pencil? Yeah I need to find my pencil sharpeners. . . . #sketch #sketchbook #moleskine #portrait #wip #workinprogress #dailydraw #drawing #design #smirk #smile #pnw #pnwartist #pnwonderland #localartist #pugetsound #salishsea #forest #ferns #berries #evergreen #mountain #washingtonstate #mscotthammond
- This little beauty is just about ready for ink. This is a Pacific Northwest piece featuring @raven_maven that I’ve wanted to do for a while, I’m playing around with it in my sketchbook first. Also, notice my stubby unsharpened pencil? Yeah I need to find my pencil sharpeners. . . . #sketch #sketchbook #moleskine #portrait #wip #workinprogress #dailydraw #drawing #design #smirk #smile #pnw #pnwartist #pnwonderland #localartist #pugetsound #salishsea #forest #ferns #berries #evergreen #mountain #washingtonstate #mscotthammond
- This little beauty is just about ready for ink. This is a Pacific Northwest piece featuring @raven_maven that I’ve wanted to do for a while, I’m playing around with it in my sketchbook first. Also, notice my stubby unsharpened pencil? Yeah I need to find my pencil sharpeners. . . . #sketch #sketchbook #moleskine #portrait #wip #workinprogress #dailydraw #drawing #design #smirk #smile #pnw #pnwartist #pnwonderland #localartist #pugetsound #salishsea #forest #ferns #berries #evergreen #mountain #washingtonstate #mscotthammond
- View of the Summit Lodge deck from my vantage point at the Spirit viewing platform • • The Summit Lodge deck is the first and main viewing area you come across at the top of the gondola ride. At 5,000 sq ft, there's ample room for all to see Howe Sound, the coastal mountain range, and Co-Pilot and Sky Pilot mountain peaks. • And for those who aren't afraid of heights and a shaky walk, there's the Sky Pilot Suspension Bridge (which I thought was excellent fun). #seatosky #fjord #dailyauddity • • • • • • • • • • #panoramic #skyhigh #clouds #gondola #snow #garibaldi #squamish #salish #salishsea #thechief #howe #bc #canada #beautifulbc #britishcolumbia #whistler #native #clouds #mountainlife #sonya7r #lightroom #travelphotography #optoutside #naturephotography @natgeo @bbc #earthcapture @natgeoyourshot @bbcearth #soft_vision #theimaged
- View of the Summit Lodge deck from my vantage point at the Spirit viewing platform • • The Summit Lodge deck is the first and main viewing area you come across at the top of the gondola ride. At 5,000 sq ft, there& #39;s ample room for all to see Howe Sound, the coastal mountain range, and Co-Pilot and Sky Pilot mountain peaks. • And for those who aren& #39;t afraid of heights and a shaky walk, there& #39;s the Sky Pilot Suspension Bridge (which I thought was excellent fun). #seatosky #fjord #dailyauddity • • • • • • • • • • #panoramic #skyhigh #clouds #gondola #snow #garibaldi #squamish #salish #salishsea #thechief #howe #bc #canada #beautifulbc #britishcolumbia #whistler #native #clouds #mountainlife #sonya7r #lightroom #travelphotography #optoutside #naturephotography @natgeo @bbc #earthcapture @natgeoyourshot @bbcearth #soft_vision #theimaged
- View of the Summit Lodge deck from my vantage point at the Spirit viewing platform • • The Summit Lodge deck is the first and main viewing area you come across at the top of the gondola ride. At 5,000 sq ft, there's ample room for all to see Howe Sound, the coastal mountain range, and Co-Pilot and Sky Pilot mountain peaks. • And for those who aren't afraid of heights and a shaky walk, there's the Sky Pilot Suspension Bridge (which I thought was excellent fun). #seatosky #fjord #dailyauddity • • • • • • • • • • #panoramic #skyhigh #clouds #gondola #snow #garibaldi #squamish #salish #salishsea #thechief #howe #bc #canada #beautifulbc #britishcolumbia #whistler #native #clouds #mountainlife #sonya7r #lightroom #travelphotography #optoutside #naturephotography @natgeo @bbc #earthcapture @natgeoyourshot @bbcearth #soft_vision #theimaged
- My first basket star! This was during a charter with @rockfishdivers yesterday in the West Shore. Shout out to my dive buddy @kpkarlsson for finding this beauty in about 60ft of water and helping with some additional light! #beautiful #basketstar #rockfishdivers #boatdiving #underwater #underwaterphotography #gopro #goprohero5 #snapshot #underwaterlife #marinelife #westcoast #beautifulbc #pnw #pacificnorthwest #vancouverisland #victoriabc #salishsea #scuba #scubainstagram #scubadiving #coldwaterdiving #lightandmotion #sola #letsgoback #instagood #instalike
- My first basket star! This was during a charter with @rockfishdivers yesterday in the West Shore. Shout out to my dive buddy @kpkarlsson for finding this beauty in about 60ft of water and helping with some additional light! #beautiful #basketstar #rockfishdivers #boatdiving #underwater #underwaterphotography #gopro #goprohero5 #snapshot #underwaterlife #marinelife #westcoast #beautifulbc #pnw #pacificnorthwest #vancouverisland #victoriabc #salishsea #scuba #scubainstagram #scubadiving #coldwaterdiving #lightandmotion #sola #letsgoback #instagood #instalike
- My first basket star! This was during a charter with @rockfishdivers yesterday in the West Shore. Shout out to my dive buddy @kpkarlsson for finding this beauty in about 60ft of water and helping with some additional light! #beautiful #basketstar #rockfishdivers #boatdiving #underwater #underwaterphotography #gopro #goprohero5 #snapshot #underwaterlife #marinelife #westcoast #beautifulbc #pnw #pacificnorthwest #vancouverisland #victoriabc #salishsea #scuba #scubainstagram #scubadiving #coldwaterdiving #lightandmotion #sola #letsgoback #instagood #instalike
- The exhibit The Fabric of Our Land: Salish Weaving at @moa_ubc is incredible! I learned so much more about Salish weaving. It is important to know the effect colonialism has on Salish culture, including weaving practices. The exhibit showcases the last 200 years of Salish weaving and runs through April 15th. . . . MOA curator Susan Rowley: “The process of colonization took the same devastating toll on Salish weaving as it did on countless other Indigenous cultural practices. Mass-produced Hudson Bay Company blankets replaced hand-woven creations, the reserve system constrained access to required resources, the Indian Act banned ceremonies where blankets played an integral role, and residential schools broke the intergenerational transmission of knowledge. The resilience and strength of amazing women have led to the revival of Salish weaving in different communities at different times.” . . . Description from UBC website: "For generations Salish peoples have been harvesting the resources of their territories, transforming them into robes of rare beauty and power. Symbols of identity they acted as legal documents and were visible signifiers of the presence of knowledge holders and respected people. Now mostly stored away in museums these masterworks are rarely seen. They have much knowledge to share and many stories to tell. Musqueam asked the Museum to bring these weavings to inspire weavers and share part of this rich legacy with all of us. Salish weavers selected ten blankets from the 1800s to be part of this unique exhibition. Returning from Finland, Scotland, England and the eastern United States this is the first time that these blankets have been seen in Vancouver." . . . #salishsea #salishweaving#thefabricofourland #moa #visitmoa #weaving #ubc #vancouver #museum #anthropology #naturaldyeing #textiles #textile #northwestcoast #northwestcoastart #coastsalishart #fabricofourland #pnw
- The exhibit The Fabric of Our Land: Salish Weaving at @moa_ubc is incredible! I learned so much more about Salish weaving. It is important to know the effect colonialism has on Salish culture, including weaving practices. The exhibit showcases the last 200 years of Salish weaving and runs through April 15th. . . . MOA curator Susan Rowley: “The process of colonization took the same devastating toll on Salish weaving as it did on countless other Indigenous cultural practices. Mass-produced Hudson Bay Company blankets replaced hand-woven creations, the reserve system constrained access to required resources, the Indian Act banned ceremonies where blankets played an integral role, and residential schools broke the intergenerational transmission of knowledge. The resilience and strength of amazing women have led to the revival of Salish weaving in different communities at different times.” . . . Description from UBC website: "For generations Salish peoples have been harvesting the resources of their territories, transforming them into robes of rare beauty and power. Symbols of identity they acted as legal documents and were visible signifiers of the presence of knowledge holders and respected people. Now mostly stored away in museums these masterworks are rarely seen. They have much knowledge to share and many stories to tell. Musqueam asked the Museum to bring these weavings to inspire weavers and share part of this rich legacy with all of us. Salish weavers selected ten blankets from the 1800s to be part of this unique exhibition. Returning from Finland, Scotland, England and the eastern United States this is the first time that these blankets have been seen in Vancouver." . . . #salishsea #salishweaving #thefabricofourland #moa #visitmoa #weaving #ubc #vancouver #museum #anthropology #naturaldyeing #textiles #textile #northwestcoast #northwestcoastart #coastsalishart #fabricofourland #pnw
- The exhibit The Fabric of Our Land: Salish Weaving at @moa_ubc is incredible! I learned so much more about Salish weaving. It is important to know the effect colonialism has on Salish culture, including weaving practices. The exhibit showcases the last 200 years of Salish weaving and runs through April 15th. . . . MOA curator Susan Rowley: “The process of colonization took the same devastating toll on Salish weaving as it did on countless other Indigenous cultural practices. Mass-produced Hudson Bay Company blankets replaced hand-woven creations, the reserve system constrained access to required resources, the Indian Act banned ceremonies where blankets played an integral role, and residential schools broke the intergenerational transmission of knowledge. The resilience and strength of amazing women have led to the revival of Salish weaving in different communities at different times.” . . . Description from UBC website: "For generations Salish peoples have been harvesting the resources of their territories, transforming them into robes of rare beauty and power. Symbols of identity they acted as legal documents and were visible signifiers of the presence of knowledge holders and respected people. Now mostly stored away in museums these masterworks are rarely seen. They have much knowledge to share and many stories to tell. Musqueam asked the Museum to bring these weavings to inspire weavers and share part of this rich legacy with all of us. Salish weavers selected ten blankets from the 1800s to be part of this unique exhibition. Returning from Finland, Scotland, England and the eastern United States this is the first time that these blankets have been seen in Vancouver." . . . #salishsea #salishweaving#thefabricofourland #moa #visitmoa #weaving #ubc #vancouver #museum #anthropology #naturaldyeing #textiles #textile #northwestcoast #northwestcoastart #coastsalishart #fabricofourland #pnw

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