Large Hamatsa Hokhokw Dance Mask
Derald Scoular

4 foot Hamatsa dance mask
Impressive full sized Hamatsa dance Hokhokw mask with full golden cedar dance skirt. This outstanding large mask is a valuable addition to any serious collection. 

Derald Scoular
First Nations artist Derald Scoular was born in Garden Bay, B.C. in 1960 to Donald and Brenda Scoular. His native heritage is of the Salish Indian, stemming from grandmothers on both sides, Rous/Page, and can be traced back to the Lilloet and Sechelt Indian Bands. Derald grew up in Pender Harbour, B.C.He began carving Native art in 1980 under the guidance of carver Jean Brabrant of Victoria and Uncle Randy Stiglitz of Vancouver. He then continued on developing his own technique and style. Derald has since carved several different types of masks and totem poles. These pieces are found throughout Canada, USA and Europe. Derald is currently working on several projects including a 20-foot totem pole.

Large Hamatsa Hokhokw Dance Mask
Large Hamatsa Hokhokw Dance Mask
Object Origin:
Coast Salish
Derald Scoular
red cedar and cedar bark skirting
47 x 8 x 7 inches
Archived Artwork
$1650USD (Sold)