Erich Glendale is a contemporary Inuit artist. Glendale represents the Kwakwaka’wakw nation. Glendale was born in Campbell River the year 1972.
The artist began carving in the 1990’s. Glendale works as a wood carver of faces and jewelry. He also produces rattles, bowls, totem poles, panels, and talking sticks.
Price range information: Prices range from $150 for jewelry to $6,000 for a large carved panel.
Glendale enjoys working with yellow and red cedar.
The artist began creating jewelry after studying with artist Gordon Dick.
Glendale is based out of Port Alberni, British Columbia, Canada.
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Erich Glendale is a master artist capable of making anything from a necklace to a totem pole. The artist is great at portraying typical subjects from First Nations art in particular the fish and the moon.