Chookaneidee Devilfish _ Octopus Carved Cedar Mask
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Gunalchéesh! Welcome!

FRED FULMER TLINGIT ARTIST & CARVER | CHOOKANEIDEE CLAN HOONAH, AK | CARVING OUT MY FUTURE

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From My Place
to Yours

The Chookaneidee Devilfish Mask project is now complete and available for purchase. I am enjoying being able to admire it on the wall. Please reach out to me personally by clicking the inquiry button below. Thank you!

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Saał-Kaa

Wáa sá iyatee?

Saat-Kaa yóo x̱at duwasáakw.

Dleit ḵáa x̱ʼéináx̱ Fred Fulmer yóo x̱at duwasáakw.

Xunaa Ḵáawu

Sit eeti Gheiyi Ḵwáan 

Chookaneidee naa xat sitee

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Chookaneidee Devilfish _ Octopus Carved Cedar Mask

Devilfish Mask Progress with Fred Fulmer Tlingit Artist

In this video I'm talking about the Devilfish Mask. My wife Ivy wanted to learn how to carve. She is helping carve the suckers, paint them and glue on the Abalone. Ivy's contribution to this project has been ongoing. Her input of design ideas are greatly appreciated. I'm recording all sides to capture the scope of this project. This mask has been fun and challenging to create.

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Bear Shakee.a't
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Little Eaglet Mask
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Sit eeti Gheiyi T'aakw Dis - Glacier Bay Winter Moon
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Octopus Mask
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Tlingit Bear mask
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Cedar Clan Hat
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Chookaneidee Devilfish _ Octopus Carved Cedar Mask

Laying Out Operculum Shells with Fred Fulmer Tlingit Artist -
Ancestors Totem Pole

In this video Fred Fulmer is looking at the Ancestors Totem and visualizing how he plans to inlay 140 Operculum shells. Operculum shells are a Hue of White naturally. These White shells when inlayed on a Black background such as a border along a Totem pole pops out due to the contrast of color. These Operculum inlays will be the last of the major step in completing this Totem project.

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Yak'éi Ts'ootatt!
From My Place To Your Place

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