Pacific Northwest Native Masks

The iconic styling of the carved masks  are based on Haida and Kwakiutl or Kwakwaka’wakw traditions from Haida Gwaii, located on Vancouver Island and British Columbia’s West Coast.  Historically used for ceremonial purposes they make excellent art work for any wall.

Masks are made primarily from red and yellow cedar, along with alder and spruce.  They can be built to various sizes to fit any room or budget.  Take a look at the gallery below featuring various masks that have been completed by Jay Brabant.

If you are interested in purchasing your own west coast wooden mask please contact Jay directly to get the ball rolling: