Lelooska

the traditional art of the mask : carving a transformation mask by Lelooska

Publisher: Schiffer Pub. in Atglen, PA

Written in English
Cover of: Lelooska | Lelooska
Published: Pages: 96 Downloads: 920
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Places:

  • Northwest, Pacific.

Subjects:

  • Wood-carving.,
  • Indian masks -- Northwest, Pacific.,
  • Indian wood-carving -- Northwest, Pacific.

Edition Notes

Other titlesTraditional art of the mask
Statement[Lelooska] ; text written with and photography by Douglas Congdon-Martin.
SeriesA Schiffer book for woodcarvers
ContributionsCongdon-Martin, Douglas.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTT199.7 .L445 1996
The Physical Object
Pagination96 p. :
Number of Pages96
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL988811M
ISBN 100764300288
LC Control Number96027004
OCLC/WorldCa35001812

Lelooska by Randolph Falk. Ten Speed Press, Paperback. Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend . Echoes of the Elders Chief Lelooska, Author, Chief Lelooska, Author, Lelooska, Author DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley) $ (40p) ISBN Buy this book. Books for Amnesty Bristol via United Kingdom: Hardcover, ISBN Publisher: DK Publishing Inc., New York, Used - Very Good. Lovely hard back copy of the stories and paintings of Chief Lelooska, edited by Christine Normandin/5(39).   ELSKA is a horse story like no other. Mainly because this story comes straight from the horse's mouth. That's right; Hapka lets Elska tell her own story. The book begins with Elska's birth and follows her as she grows and learns the way of an Icelandic mare/5.

  IN SEPTEMBER Don “Lelooska” Smith, a highly regarded Northwest Coast artist, was laid to rest near his home in Ariel, Washington. The present volume is the result of a collaboration between Lelooska and historian Chris Friday during the final years of the artist’s life. As Friday admits, the task of capturing any one individual [ ]. Get this from a library! Echoes of the elders: the stories and paintings of Chief Lelooska. [Lelooska; Christine Normandin] -- "This collection of five tales represents the first written record of Chief Lelooska's tellings of the ancient myths and legends that have been a part of the oral tradition of the Northwest Coast. Books Advanced Search Today's Deals New Releases Amazon Charts Best Sellers & More The Globe & Mail Best Sellers New York Times Best Sellers Best Books of the Month Children's Books Textbooks Kindle Books Audible Audiobooks Livres en françaisAuthor: LELOOSKA. Just entering the longhouse at the LeLooska Cultural Center feels like taking a step back in time. As an accurate portrayal of historic Pacific NW tribes' costumes, stories, and dances, the LeLooska programs can't be beat. Even in the middle of the day, you'll feel the magic /5(4).

Lelooska Museum is a Native American Kwakwaka'wakw (Kwakiutl) cultural museum in Ariel, Washington, United was established in Collections include baskets, parfleches, corn husk bags, dolls, spoons, cradles, moccasins, tomahawks, pipes, pipe bags, dresses, a foot birch bark canoe and a replica fur trade store. The foundation operating the museum also Location: Merwin Village Road, Ariel, . Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Lelooska by Randolph Falk (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!

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Lelooska's story helps us to understand that identity is not simply bestowed but is forged through life choices and experiences."―Peter Iverson, author of Riders of the West: Portraits from Indian Rodeo "A richly textured and highly readable by: 1.

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Echoes of the Elders: The Stories and Paintings of Chief Lelooska with CD by Lelooska, Christine Normandin. Classic tales from the Pacific Northwest, told by Chief LeLooska. Book comes with a CD for great listening.

This is a treasure for those who find it. Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Janice Tydings. out of 5 stars Five Stars. Reviewed in /5(4). Lelooska's story helps us to understand that identity is not simply bestowed but is forged through life choices and experiences."—Peter Iverson, author of Riders of the West: Portraits from Indian Rodeo "A richly textured and highly readable : Chris Friday.

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Lelooska's paintings command as much attention as his words. The images, rendered in the flat colors and bold patterns familiar from coastal masks and totem poles, are placed for maximum impact.

A black-and-white woodcut map shows the animals and tribes of the Northwest. A CD featuring Lelooska's animated tellings accompanies the book/5(10).

Chief Lelooska was a celebrated painter and carver Lelooska book a storyteller without peer. This glorious book, completed before his recent death, is his final tribute to the art and lore of the tribe. Full Lelooska book magical tales of the Kwakiutl tribe of Vancouver were once nearly lost/5.

As a result, the package is as much a tribute to the late Chief Lelooska, who was adopted into the Northwest Kwakiutl Nation tribe, as it is a book for young children. (There's even a CD featuring Chief Lelooska's voice reading the stories.) Entering the book can be a bit slow-going, since it's overloaded with dedications and introductions/5(8).

Named Gixken, “Chief of Chiefs”, an old title, by the Kwakwaka’wakw (Kwakiutl), Lelooska is the first child of Shona-Hah and was leader of the family. Lelooska and his family were formally adopted into the House of Sewide of the Mamaleleqala and Qwiqwasutnox bands of the Kwakwaka’wakw by Chief James Aul Sewide.

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Temporarily Out of Stock Online. Publish your book with B&: Randolph Falk. Don Smith - or Lelooska, as he was usually called - was a prominent Native American artist and storyteller in the Pacific Northwest.

Born in of “mixed. In this book, historian and family friend Chris Friday shares and annotates interviews that he conducted with Lelooska, between and ending shortly before the artist's death, in This is the story of a man who reached, quite literally, a million or more people in his lifetime and whose life was at once exceptional and emblematic.

“Lelooska” Signed Book Item Description: Written by Randolph Falk, with signatures, Donated By: Lelooska Cultural Center, Retail Value: $.

Lelooska began this project as a charge from the elders ("Don't take these stories to the grave with you") and the weighty book is worthy of its mission: printed on heavy stock in an elegant typeface that's sprinkled with tiny symbols of the coastal tribes (starfish, dragonflies, fish, crabs, shells), it is as lovely to look at and touch as it is to read.4/5(1).

In this rare combination, Chief Lelooska of the Kwakiutl tribe performs five age-old tales on CD and his words appear in the book next to his own striking artwork. The bold graphics in heavy lines of black, red, yellow and teal reflect the vital stories -sometimes humorous, sometimes frightening, always employing the mores of the Northwest Coast : Chief Lelooska.

The Lelooska Museum holds an immense collection of artifacts from many regions: the Northwest, Midwest, Northeast, Southeast, Southwest and the Arctic.

These items are many and varied including baskets, parfleches, corn husk bags, dolls, spoons, cradles, moccasins, tomahawks, pipes, pipe bags, dresses, a 15 foot birch bark canoe and an entire replica fur.

Upon seeing Chief Don Lelooska's dramatic red and turquoise paintings and hearing the opening to the Northwest Coast folktale "Raven & Monster Halibut," one can almost smell the cedar smoke and feel the coastal spray: "When only the animal people lived in the world, there appeared a gigantic halibut offshore/5(4).

The book cover art and other images here will give you some idea of the richness of Chief Lelooska’s work. And here’s the story I originally intended to tell about Jonah. After immersing himself in the artwork of Spirit of the Cedar People for the past few nights, I heard him say while we were driving to preschool that he saw “an Indian.

The Lelooska Family shares the songs, dances, stories and masks which display the rights, crests and privileges bestowed on them by the late Chief James Aul Sewide. Chief Tsungani carries on the traditions of his brother, the late Chief Lelooska, performing with other family members in Ariel, Washington, 31 miles northeast of Portland, Oregon.

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During the peak years from the s to the early s, the family shows with Lelooska as the centerpiece attracted as many as 30, people this book, historian and family friend Chris Friday shares and annotates interviews that he conducted with Lelooska.

Book Description: Don Smith - or Lelooska, as he was usually called - was a prominent Native American artist and storyteller in the Pacific Northwest. Born in of mixed blood Cherokee heritage, he was adopted as an adult by the prestigious Kwakiutl Sewid clan and had relationships with elders from a wide range of tribal backgrounds.

Echoes of the Elders: The Stories and Paintings of Chief Lelooska with CD by Lelooska and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Genre/Form: Biographies Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Falk, Randolph, Lelooska.

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Amazon Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" CDN$ CDN$ CDN$ 5/5(8). The Traditional Art of the Mask | This is rare look into the traditional ways of creating the beautiful masks that have brought such admiration to the native American carvers of the Pacific Northwest.

The masks of the Kwakiutl people of the Pacific Northwest are noted around the world for their bold colorful designs. This book is a favorite in my 4th grade classroom. The illustrations, coupled with Chief Lelooska's dramatic retelling via the included CD, immerse readers in short but engaging legends of the Pacific Northwest/5.

Lelooska Foundation and Cultural Center, Ariel, WA. K likes. Living History Performances, School Programs, Classes and Museum sharing the /5(73).

6 thoughts on “ About the Lelooska Foundation ” Debbie Reese Ap at am. Ah so you’ve circled back to Lelooska/Don Smith. He is not in the story, but he had enough of an impact on you that you recommend his books and his performances in the ‘for young readers’ portion of your book. Don Smith, or Lelooska, () was well-known in the Pacific Northwest as a Native American artist and storyteller.

This book shares and annotates interviews that the author conducted with Read more.Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Echoes of the Elders: The Stories and Paintings of Chief Lelooska by Chief Lelooska and Dorling Kindersley Publishing Staff (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay!

Free shipping for many products!5/5(1).In this book, historian and family friend Chris Friday shares and annotates interviews that he conducted with Lelooska, between and ending shortly before the artist's death, in This is the story of a man who reached, quite literally, a million or more people in his lifetime and whose life was at once exceptional and by: 1.