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Clarence Mills' Totem Gallery

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Tribal Affiliation: Haida
Haida name: Gah-ghin-skuss (Out of your own land)

Clarence Mills' Haida designs are amongst the most powerful Northwest Clarence MillsCoast artwork being createdtoday. He creates in the tradition of his people. His Haida family crests inspire the design principals incorporated into his carvings in argillite, ivory, red and yellow cedar boxes, bowls, doors, plaques, limited edition prints, engraved silver and gold jewelry and most recently, monumental size totem poles for international events. Clarence Mills has, over the last nine years, established markets in Canada, the United States, and Europe.

Coastal Arts Online is proud to feature a portfolio of Clarence Mills’ work. We are currently taking commission orders for Clarence in the aforementioned mediums. E-mail us with your specific commission requirements to have your order arranged. Please email Ben for more information.

President's Palace Totem Pole This totem pole, by Clarence Mills, was commissioned by Christian Faure, chief architect of the Louvre. It now stands here, in permanent exhibition, at the President's Palace in France. Larger Image
These totems, by Clarence Mills, stand at approximately 7 feet.
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Larger image (Right Totem Pole)
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