Man Transforming


Nine generations ago, First Peoples from Vancouver Island came by canoe to the village of Deeah (now known as Neah Bay) in search of a wife for their Chief. They waited just off the beach, hoping to be invited ashore. After singing in their canoes for a few days, a man threw his harpoon to the beach. Unimpressed, the Makah threw the harpoon back with a herring tied to the end of the shaft. A year later, the people from Vancouver returned to Neah Bay with two whales as gifts. The Makah people gave three women in marriage to the Chief. This was the beginning of blood relations between Nytom’s family and the people of Clayoquot Sound.

  • 2008
  • Edition of 150
  • 10” by 21”

Limited Editions Giclee’ Prints

Each print is designed, vectored and printed by Nytom, this insures him his design, color and size is of his own discretion.

The Somerset Velvet paper is of the highest quality paper possible. Each print is printed by order only, and is shipped flat on acid free mate board and acid free sleeve.

For maximum print longevity, Epson highly recommends displaying your prints mounted double mated under glass. This protects them from discoloration caused by exposure to air and extends the life of the paper and its coating.

Additional information

Weight 6 oz
Dimensions 21 × .25 × 10 in


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