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Artist's Statement In the spirit of spindle whorls, this contemporary Coast Salish design depicts eight abstracted salmon heads crammed into a circle. The subtle circle in the center is a salmon egg, symbolizing posterity. This painting depicts a vision of four salmon heads crammed into an overpopulated circle. Four salmon heads considering cannibalizing the only salmon egg left. As humans, we live in a world with a growing population and depleting natural resources. This means dEATh for some members of posterity. In the world today, somebody's smoking a cigarette while somebody's starving because some tobacco is grown in third world soil which should be used to grow food. Multinational corpoRATIONS. money does grow off of trees money is made of paper paper grows off of trees to some materialistic people in the united states going green means making money while the circles of coins are devalueing the circle of the earth --lessLIE

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Location Canada
Region Northwest Coast
Artist lessLIE
NWC Nation N/A
Date Created 2005
Dimensions 20" X 20"
Materials & Edition acrylic on paper

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