Welcome to Tribal Spirit Gallery

Thanks for visiting our site! We feature authentic and original artwork from the Northwest Coast of B.C. including hand-carved totem poles, masks, paddles, silver and gold jewelry, art prints, paintings, drums and bentwood boxes. Inspired by the Native art collection of my father Eric Lynds, the original gallery featured events within a gallery and museum setting of rushing water and totem poles in a 2,500 sq ft. space devoted to First Nations Aboriginal art of the Northwest Coast from 2005 to 2013. The gallery continues on with the memory of Eric Lynds, as an online presence with a generous collection of original artgifts and souvenirs.

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-Jay Lynds

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A tribute to my father, and the collector, Eric Lynds. 1942 - June 20, 2010.

Jim Hart's Reconciliation Pole raising at UBC. Saturday April 1 2017. 

The artist created a storyline on the pole, which shows the periods before, during, and after the Indian residential school system, a racist and assimilationist system ran in tandem by the Canadian government, religious institutions and the education system, beginning in the 1800s and ending with the last school closure in 1996.

See more at: http://www.vancourier.com/news/where-and-when-to-see-new-reconciliation-pole-at-ubc-1.13493096#sthash.ZFuvHrZH.dpuf

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