Chookaneidee Devilfish Mask Native Wood Sticker by Fred Fulmer Tlingit Artist
The Chookaneidee Devilfish/Octopus mask created by Fred Fulmer Tlingit Artist
Each Fred Fulmer Native Wood Sticker is made from wood product.
These beautiful Native wood stickers help bring a touch of Pacific Northwest Coast Art to water bottles, binders, and other accessories.
This Native design is available in acrylic key rings, ornaments, magnets, and wood stickers.
I wanted to carve a large mask that would represent the Chookaneidee Clan of the Hoonah - Glacier Bay Tlingits. This mask tells a story of "How the Chookaneidee Clan Earned the Right to Use the Devilfish as One of their Clan Symbols"
To read more on the Clan story, view my blog post about it here: https://www.fredfulmernativeart.com/blogs/fred-fulmer-native-art-blog/how-the-chookaneidee-earned-the-rights-to-use-the-devilfish-as-one-of-their-clan-crests