Tie Narrow – Power Eagle


Designed by Phil Gray, Tsimshian Nation

Manufactured by Native Origins

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Power Eagle Silk Tie designed by Phil Gray, Tsimshian Nation.

  • Made from 100% fine quality Silk
  • Measures: 3″ w x 61”l
  • Individually packaged in a matching keepsake box.


Click here to learn more about the Pacific Northwest Coast First Nations Symbology of the Eagle.


Phil Gray belongs to the Killerwhale Clan and his works are created in his traditional Ts’msyen style. He began carving in 1998 with Salish artist Gerry Sheena. He also had the opportunity to work with David Boxley, Henry Green, and Rick Adkins early in his career. Phil primarily works in red cedar and creates masks, paintings, panels, poles, sculptures, and drums. In September of 2003, Phil had three of his pieces donated to the Burke Museum in Seattle, WA. In 2005, Phil was featured in the Changing Hands: Art Without Reservation 2 exhibition at the Museum of Art and Design in New York, NY. In 2007, Phil completed the Northwest Coast Jewellery Arts Program at the Native Education College in Vancouver, BC, under Kwakwaka’wakw/Haida artist Dan Wallace. Phil was included in two major exhibitions in 2009. The first was the Challenging Traditions exhibition at Ontario’s McMichael Gallery, a show that was dedicated to exploring innovative and experimental works from the Northwest Coast. The second was Continuum: Vision and Creativity on the Northwest Coast at Vancouver’s Bill Reid Gallery, which highlighted 23 established Aboriginal artists from BC, Washington State, and Alaska. In February of 2010, Phil designed the helmet of gold medal-winning Skeleton racer Jon Montgomery. Montgomery held Phil’s helmet throughout the Olympic awards ceremony. In 2012, Phil was included in the Vancouver Art Gallery’s Shore, Forest, and Beyond exhibition. In 2014, Phil was awarded a BC Creative Achievement Award for his contributions to the province. In 2017, Phil won two major prizes: a YVR Art Foundation Mid-Career Scholarship and a REVEAL Indigenous Art Award, which was issued in celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday.

Additional Information
Weight .5 lbs
Dimensions 4 × 4 × 4 in
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