These cedar carvings carry on the traditions of the Coastal Salish peoples. Each piece is hand carved from cedar by Dora Edwards, hand painted and adorned with an abalone eye. Dora is the daughter of Connie Edwards and Larry James. She was born on Penelakut Island, one of British Columbia’s Gulf Islands, in 1985. She learnt the art of carving from her parents, both well-known Coastal Salish carvers, at the age of 14. Each piece is unique, signed on the back and with a wire attached for easy hanging. Hand crafted in Canada.