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Totems: It’s a Symbol of …..???

Totems: It’s a Symbol of …..???
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I’ve decided to use the Chrissy break to make some things that I want to make – just for me!!!  Like a totem for the garden in front of my studio!  So, I’ve done some homework on what others have been doing.  Here are some of the totems that I liked and that will inspire me to make mine.  I’ll let you see my totem as it gets built.

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Historically,the original totemic art originated in the Pacific Coast northwest from Alaska and British Columbia. Native Indians carved wooden totems, imbued them with a spiritual symbolism and have been protected by the dwindling tribes who live on the coast.

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Today’s totems can be highly symbolic or just for fun!  Mine is going to be JUST FOR FUN!!

PEACE OUT!!

Written by Marian Williams

7 Comments

  1. Maria · November 28, 2012

    I’m planning to do totem too! I have been training throwing and now I have lots of cylinders that I’m going to use in this idea… (Hope it works!) 🙂

    • Marian Williams · November 28, 2012

      That sounds amazing! Good luck! send me a photo of it when you finish, ok?! Where are you? I couldn’t figure it out from your blog-don’t know the language!
      All the best,
      Marian

    • Maria · November 30, 2012

      I’m from Finland, almost neighbour with Santa 😀

      I’ll link you a picture when I’m done with my totem. 🙂 It may take a while….

  2. Stephanie · December 3, 2012

    Thank you for including me in this post of totems!! My friend is a clay artist and she teaches totem classses…that is where I made mine. You might want to check it out. KatyDiver.com

  3. Marian Williams · December 7, 2012

    Thanks for the link!!! Amazing work!!

  4. Darlene couch · October 21, 2016

    How did you make the spheres from clay cement covering a balloon what

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