It is Black Tusk Gallery 's mission to provide an outlet on the Internet for the finest Northwest Coast Native artists . Trust, respect and service are essential with our customers and our artists. Our goal is to service established collectors as well as provide information and guidance to prospective collectors about this traditional art form.
Our First Nations gallery receives both new and archived works representing some of the finest Northwest Art in the world. The Gallery opened in January, 1999
- We represent both established and up and coming native artists and help to promote new talent.
- We take commissions for artwork; site specific or designed to your needs, taste and interest.
- At times, we display pieces of historical interest for educational and comparison purposes. They are on loan from private collections and are not offered for sale.
- We offer fine examples from the secondary market on a consignment basis.
Due to limited availability and demand, prices are subject to change, and some pieces may not be available. We work to ensure that our website reflects the movement of artwork through the gallery, though this is not always possible. We thank you for your understanding.
Visit our News page, to learn more about Black Tusk Gallery.
Please email us with your questions or comments at email@example.com
Our Signature Mask and Logo
The Signature Kumugwe Mask featured in the upper left hand corner of our web pages was carved by Kwakwaka'wakw carver Tom Hunt . The Logo found on this page and the News page is 'Hok-Hok' by Tony Hunt Sr., Kwakwaka'wakw . The design was produced as a limited edition serigraph print, and was completed in 1975. The print has long since been sold out.
Thank you and Enjoy!
Black Tusk Gallery Staff