Designed by Corey Bulpitt, Haida Nation
Manufactured by Native Essence
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Raven Ladle designed by Corey Bulpitt, Haida Nation.
Caution: Please treat these servers with care and respect. Handwash and dry thoroughly. Do not place in dishwasher or use abrasive cleaners on them. These serving pieces are lead-free and food safe.
The Coastal Peoples rich tradition of sharing and gift giving has been the source of inspiration for these servers. Based on a traditional design, these servers are presented as a contemporary expression of a thriving culture and art form.
Click here to learn more about the Pacific Northwest Coast First Nations Symbology of the Raven.
Corey Bulpitt is from the Naikun Raven clan. In 1996, Corey graduated from Langley Fine Art School. He then apprenticed with his uncle, Haida artist Christian White, in 1999 for three years. He also worked for his uncle, Haida master carver Jim Hart, at the Museum of Anthropology in Vancouver, BC. Corey has carved many totem poles, including a 20-foot pole for Scouts Canada, a 17-foot pole at Queen Charlotte Lodge, and a 14-foot memorial pole at the Namgis burial ground in Alert Bay, BC. He also completed a pole in New Zealand with Maori master carver Lionel Grant alongside Dempsey Bob (Tahltan/Tlingit), Joe David (Nuu-chah-nulth), and Christian White (Haida). In 2008, Corey’s red cedar Butterfly mask was featured in The Gathering, a calendar that highlights prominent First Nations artists working in BC. In 2012, Corey was featured in the travelling exhibition Beat Nation: Art, Hip Hop and Aboriginal Culture curated by the Vancouver Art Gallery. In 2014, his successful solo show AKOS, which highlighted his background as a graffiti artist, was exhibited at the Bill Reid Gallery in Vancouver. In 2017, Corey received a BC Creative Achievement Award for Aboriginal Art.
|Dimensions||14 × 6 × 4 in|