Traditional Tlingit paddles designed and hand carved by Wayne Price. Wood is local spruce, red or yellow cedar. Paddles are named, dated, and signed by the artist. See also the Yukon Canoe Project page....

  • Small dance paddles $325
  • Large canoe paddles $1,200 - $2,000

Silver bracelets are high quality polished 18 guage sterling silver. Width sizes vary, length is 6 1/4"

Eye catching stirling silver and 18K gold engraved pendants are heavy weight and substantial in presense. Wayne Price, Master Tlingit Form Line Artist, hand engraves traditional style totemic images on 2" diameter precious metals. Pendants come standard length, long, or choker length, with high quality beads of horn, bone, and trade. Tlingit style totemic designs for jewelry include Eagle, Raven, Lovebirds (Eagle & Raven), Sitka Rose, Frog, Wolf, Killer Whale, Bear, Healing Hand, Salmon, and Butterfly., and more.  Pendants and bracelets are worn by men and women, and can be personalized with initials/name and date at no extra cost. His and hers sets are available.

Healing Spirit is to my Tlingit culture what an angel is to many other cultures. It is something one does not see physically, but we know it exists. It watches over us and will be there in times of hardship or trauma. It helps to know that Spirit is there. Healing Spirit is for all cultures. We are all here now and must get along with one another. Peace.
Limited edition 3 color silk screened art print. 15x17 $120

Raven's Journey The journey's of Raven, playful and proud trickster, are many. Raven's Journey tells the Tlingit Box of Daylight story, when Raven, our creator, put the sun, moon, and stars in the sky. I designed this art in tribute to Charles Edenshaw, the great Haida Master Carver, and his outstanding argillite dish design. With the greatest of honor and respect to him, I wanted to apply his inspired vision to my Tlingit culture. I chose this particular design to be painted on my own personal drum, which I use in my traditional ceremonies.
Limited edition silk screened art print, by Wayne Price of Haines, Alaska. 6 colors, 15 1/2 " $200