Lytton First Nation ''Hummingbird'' Cedar Wood Carving West Coast Indigenous Native Art
Nelson McCarty ''Hummingbird'' Carving
NOS Beautiful, original signed and 8 inch long by 4 inch wide by 3/4 inch deep ''Hummingbird'' yellow cedar carving with Nelson's depiction in the style of the British Columbia interior Lytton first nations. This stunning masterful cedar carving is adorned with a copper wall mount hook.
Used for ceremonial purposes and makes for a great showpiece.
Nelson started carving in Sept 2011 and was taught by Gino Seward, Elliot Jones, JR, Alex Spence, George Williams.
The Lytton First Nation, a First Nations band government, has its headquarters at Lytton in the Fraser Canyon region of the Canadian province of British Columbia. While it is the largest of all Nlaka'pamux bands, unlike all other governments of the Nlaka'pamux (Thompson) people, it is not a member of any of the three Nlaka'pamux tribal councils, which are the Nicola Tribal Association, the Fraser Canyon Indian Administration and the Nlaka'pamux Nation Tribal Council.