Stop the Race to the Bottom


The face represents Mother Nature. The mountain peaks are the 7 sisters down Barclay Sound. I was taught by my grandfather, Allan Dick to triangulate between the mountain and islands to find the right fishing spot for bottom fish, such as: halibut, red snapper and ling cod. Our watershed starts from the first rain drop that falls on the peak of the mountain to the deepest part of the ocean. It is all connected. The depiction on the stone represents the herring, salmon and water currents. There is the First Nations hand and Non-Native hand with a barrier that is between, which needs to be removed to protect Mother Nature’s balance for generations to follow. 21″ x 16″ stone and red cedar and Acrylic paint.

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