Tsonaqua Feast Bowl
Tsonaqua is a Kwakwakawakw Indian word for the giant ogress who lives in the forest and captures children, a version of sasquatch.
Large feast bowls like this were and are used by the Kwakwakawakw Indians of British Columbia to serve food from during their potlatches. This particular bowl was carved by Calvin Hunt and John Livingston in 1985.
In addition to his own works, Duane has from time to time collected the work of other artists, and from time to time decides to sell various pieces. This unique 15 foot long bowl would make a wonderful addition to a private or institutional collection. Interested parties should contact Duane.