Salmon designed by Anthony Joseph Squamish Nation
Salmon are honoured and celebrated by all coastal peoples: the fish serves as a powerful symbol of regeneration self-sacrifice and perseverance.
Anthony G Joseph (SiytaK’elten Joseph) is a Coast Salish artist of the Squamish Nation located in Vancouver BC, Canada. Anthony was born into the wolf and bear clan and is the youngest of eight brothers all whom follow tradition with their woodwork. His art reflects the beauty of surroundings through wood and on canvas and through his artist tradition of his family and his name sake. Through 20 years’ experience with his work integrate the strong motifs and artistic traditions of the Coast Salish artist “Anthony Joseph” into the first quality textile products that can be found worldwide.