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Artist / Maker : David, Joe
Title : Ka-Ka-Win-Chealth II
Date (Execution) : 1981
Geographical Origin : Opitsaht, British Columbia, Canada
Cultural Group : Nuu-chah-nulth, Tla-o-qui-aht
Style / Period : Western Modern 1900-1950
Medium / Material  : Serigraph
Support / Technique : Paper
Object Type : screen prints
Visual Description : First Nations formline design of whale and wolf-like creatures in red and black surrounded by a blue circular border.
Accession # : U990.14.491
Width (cm) : 48.20
Height (cm) : 53.30
Depth (cm) : 0.00
Mandatory Credit : Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Grant, Purchased from the Collection of Vincent Rickard
Artist Statement : This print illustrates the transformation of a supernatural white wolf into a killer whale. The legend explains why killer whales are half black and travel in groups as do wolves. The red tail of the wolf is also the water spout of the whale. This is the second print illustrating this theme that Joe has published. (statement provided by Open Pacific Graphics)