Third Variation of Tri-Vey, 1997 Silkscreen by Robert Davidson, Haida
Third Variation of Tri-Vey, 1997 by Robert Davidson, Haida silkscreen, edition 82/88 22.25" x 22" paper size 31.75” x 30.75” framed *archival mat and frame
Haida artist Robert Davidson, has been a pivotal figure in the Northwest Coast Native art renaissance since 1969, when he erected the first totem pole in his ancestral Massett village since the 1880s. For more than 50 years, Davidson has mastered Haida art traditions by studying the great works of his great-grandfather Charles Edenshaw and others. More recently, Davidson has interjected his own interpretation of the old forms with forays into abstraction, explored in boldly minimalistic easel paintings, graphic works, and sculpture, where images are pared to essential lines, elemental shapes, and strong colors.