We look back at what we’ve learned about the Native mask that inspired the original Seattle Seahawks logo in the past year.
The design of Coast Salish carving, its iconography (meaning), and how it relates to other region styles.
The mask that inspired the Seattle Seahawks logo is discovered to be part of the Hudson Museum collection in Maine.
A Northwest Coast Native mask is identified as the inspiration for the Seattle Seahawks original logo after years of speculation.
Innovative Coast Salish art being produced in the tradition of the artists' ancestors.
The tools and technologies to make canoes and other carvings.
Works of art in the form of carved bone, stone, horn and basketry have been found and dated back to 5,000 years ago.
An introduction to the art of the First Peoples of western Washington and southwestern British Columbia who speak the Coast Salish languages.
Additional resources related to the First Peoples who speak the Coast Salish language.
It is not possible to interpret what the pole really means without knowing the history of the pole and the family that owns it.
Learn to identify the different techniques and styles of Native American basketry in this web feature from 2001.