Emerging Mankind Bracelet

United States
$205.00
Item No. N747B
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After the great flood, Raven was gorging himself on edibles on the beach. Hearing some strange sounds, he found a giant clamshell with little beings wiggling inside. He crooned and coaxed them out, and they were the first humans. This sterling silver bracelet, designed by Barry Herem, recalls mankind emerging from the giant clamshell. The bracelet width is ¾ inches, devolved length is 6⅜ inches. Made in USA.

We also offer this bracelet in a larger size with a devolved length of 8 inches to fit larger wrists.

After the great flood, Raven was gorging himself on edibles on the beach. Hearing some strange sounds, he found a giant clamshell with little beings wiggling inside. He crooned and coaxed them out, and they were the first humans. This sterling silver bracelet, designed by Barry Herem, recalls mankind emerging from the giant clamshell. The bracelet width is ¾ inches, devolved length is 6⅜ inches. Made in USA.

We also offer this bracelet in a larger size with a devolved length of 8 inches to fit larger wrists.

  • Barry Herem

    Barry Herem is a Seattle artist who has worked in the Northwest Coast Indian style for many years. He has written about the subject as a reviewer, and as an unofficial ethnographer and archaeologist who has done field work collecting and publishing data about the precontact Tlingit and Haida of Southeast Alaska.

    Barry's work is symbolic, animistic, and organic, and has been shown in nearly every major American city and many foreign ones. Barry's taut and harmonious work owes much to the essential forms of Northwest Coast native art, which he has renewed and extended in what he calls "equal parts of invention and assimilation."

    He has created artworks in wood, steel, bronze, fabric, aluminum plate, glass and serigraphic print form. He has created several large sculptures, including two 30-foot aluminum plate whale sculptures for the Portland, Oregon International Airport and a large acrylic sculpture for the Seattle-Tacoma (Sea-Tac) airport. He has created more than 40 limited-edition serigraphs, plus 5" x 7" art cards based on them.

    For more information on Barry Herem and his art, please visit www.barryherem.com

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