Titled at lower left "Seven Sisters", numbered lower center 54/180, and signed at lower right by the artist, this is a serigraph print consisting of a commonly seen motif of the Pacific Northwest Coast art, a stylized orca killer whale, surrounded by also stylized human faces. The artist is HEBER REECE (1955-) of the Tsimshian peoples of northern British Columbia, Canada. Reece was born near Bella Bella, B.C. For more than 30 years, he has been noted as a carver of masks, totem poles, and other native folk art of the native peoples of the Northwest. He was mentored by a number of native artists and proudly continues that tradition. He has worked on a 180 foot high totem pole for Victoria, B.C. Reece also produces jewelry and, obviously, serigraph prints. This sheet measures 14" by 18" inside the mat. It is clean and features the Pacific Editions Limited blind stamp at far right. The dark frame measures 20" by 24"; is has some wear that could be touched up.
Northwest Coast Art signed numbered serigraph print by Tsimshian artist HEBER REECE (1955-)