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Northwest coast art shapes | 18Like ovoids, U forms can vary greatly in shape

Northwest coast art shapes | 18Like ovoids, U forms can vary greatly in shape

worksheet to help with Native American mask design

worksheet to help with Native American mask design

The single most characteristic shape in all of Northwest Coast style art is the ovoid and these are some of it's variations, there are many more. They all follow the same rules effectively described by Bill Holm in his landmark book "Northwest Coast Indian Art: an analysis of form", 1965.  via Barry Herem FB

The single most characteristic shape in all of Northwest Coast style art is the ovoid and these are some of it's variations, there are many more. They all follow the same rules effectively described by Bill Holm in his landmark book "Northwest Coast Indian Art: an analysis of form", 1965. via Barry Herem FB

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haida art shapes - Google Search

haida art shapes - Google Search

haida art wings - Google Search

haida art wings - Google Search

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Large Winged Bird Haida Tattoo Male Chest

Large Winged Bird Haida Tattoo Male Chest

Pepe&Zuno Electric Tattooing: dicembre 2011

Pepe&Zuno Electric Tattooing: dicembre 2011

The single most characteristic shape in all of Northwest Coast style art is the ovoid and these are some of it's variations, there are many more. They all follow the same rules effectively described by Bill Holm in his landmark book "Northwest Coast Indian Art: an analysis of form", 1965. via Barry Herem FB

The single most characteristic shape in all of Northwest Coast style art is the ovoid and these are some of it's variations, there are many more. They all follow the same rules effectively described by Bill Holm in his landmark book "Northwest Coast Indian Art: an analysis of form", 1965. via Barry Herem FB