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Totem Pole Carving Pt 1, With Tom Lafortune
It is a rare and special treat to be able to join Tom in his shop and see how he works. I plan on asking him a lot of questions and gaining as much knowledge as I can during this series so saddle up! Samurai merch: http://samuraicarpenter.com/shirt-shop/ Woodworking plans: http://samuraicarpenter.com/plans/ Fan funding: http://samuraicarpenter.com/partner-with-the-samurai/ Support this channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=754729
Views: 120730 The Samurai Carpenter
FTF #56 Carving A Totem Pole Pt 1, Make Your Own Carving Tools!
I Finally got in touch with a local Native Wood Carver Tom Lafortune who is going to let us watch him carve a totem pole from start to finish! We're also going to learn how to make our own Native style carving tools! This is going to be a bucket list experience for me. My tool store: http://samuraicarpenter.com/hand-tools/ My website: http://samuraicarpenter.com
Views: 165860 The Samurai Carpenter
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Totem pole carver from VIctor Montana
Views: 24046 ComeGetSomeMOE
Totem Pole Carving PT 3, With Tom Lafortune
What a treat it has been to watch this welcome figure take shape. Tom sure knows carving and I look forward to learning more from him as we get our carve on in future videos. Samurai T-shirts: http://samuraicarpenter.com/shirt-shop/#!/ project plans: http://samuraicarpenter.com/plans/ tool store: http://samuraicarpenter.com/japanese-saws/ Fan funding: http://samuraicarpenter.com/partner-with-the-samurai/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=754729
Views: 89915 The Samurai Carpenter
Totem Pole
As a child growing up in the Pacific Northwest, I had the opportunity to see a few totem poles and was transfixed. From the moment I took up the chainsaw, I wanted to make my own... but with non-traditional designs. This piece is steadily weathering in the back alley courtyard of the FORT (atx). I like to imagine it infuses the space with the energies of the animal spirits represented. Short-Eared Owl - being in the right place at the right time, as well as passion and imagination. Horse - wind, travel, freedom and power. Snake - transformation, healing and magic. Raccoon - knowing how to wear masks: being the person you need to be in various situations, working with different people. Turtle - the earth, grounded-ness, power and strength, connects us with our creative source. Vinh Ngo created this beautiful song just for the video, beginning small and growing, as an individual into a group. Music: "Totem" by Vinh Ngo Additional Carvings by R.L. Blair & Doug Moreland Video by Max Kruemcke at Neato Media.
Views: 142583 Griffon Ramsey
Totem Pole Carving with Luke Parnell, Urban Access Project, Emily Carr University of Art + Design
Luke Parnell is an artist of Haida and Nisga’a heritage who, through the use of traditional techniques from the Northwest Coast, investigates contemporary social issues. Parnell also simultaneously acknowledges the historical implications of his method of working within his practice. Traditional Northwest Coast art was centred on the convergence of intangible and material wealth: an individual’s rights and privileges and the objects that represented them. Parnell’s work continues to address ideas of rights, ownership, and privilege in the context of his own experience. Parnell has been a professional artist for ten years. Having graduated from Emily Carr with distinction, Parnell is the recipient of the 2012 Winsor Gallery Graduate Student Award. He has exhibited work across Canada, recent exhibitions include: Transportation and Renewal at the Seymour Gallery in 2013, Vancouver; Re-contextualizing the De-consecrated at Winsor Gallery in 2014; and a feature at Winsor Gallery in 2015, entitled Concurrent. His work is included in notable collections such as the National Gallery of Canada, and private collection across Canada. Parnell is currently an instructor at Emily Carr University of Art + Design. Additionally, Parnell was a recipient of the 2016 BC Creative Achievement Awards for First Nations Art. An award that celebrates artistic excellence in both traditional and contemporary visual art.
Views: 6287 Emily Carr University
Adirondack Artist Discovers Art of Carving Totem Poles
In Her Father's Footsteps: An Adirondack artist discovers the talent of carving totem poles passed on by her native ancestors and her father.
Views: 5759 Mountain Lake PBS
Totem Pole Carving
The Assembly of First Nations sponsored the carving of a 10ft totem pole by Dewey Smith, which was donated to the OneXOne Foundation and was auctioned off, by Matt Damon, at their September 8th, 2008 Gala during the Toronto International Film Festival. The OneXOne Foundation is committed to supporting, preserving and improving the lives of children in Canada, and around the world.
Views: 29107 abseepro
Tiki Totem carving - part 1
Tiki Totem carving - part 1 I have acquired a lot of knowledge from watching other people carve. I hope my carving videos can pay it forward. Music Broke for free - Figure it out ft Caswell
Views: 4692 Andy McCarter
How to make Tiki from PVC Pipe -Totem
Tiki is a wooden carving in humanoid form, So lets make it in home with PVC pipe. Materials: PVC Pipe​ PVC Sheet Raw Sienna Powder Burnt Sienna Powder Clear Varnish Beige Color Paint All Purpose Adhesive Piece of cloth Paint Brush
Views: 28121 How to
Totem Pole Carving PT 2, With Tom Lafortune
Time to watch and learn how to use a chainsaw. Tom makes it look easy but it takes a lot of practice to get this good. Samurai merchandise: http://samuraicarpenter.com/shirt-shop/#!/ Samurai project plans: http://samuraicarpenter.com/plans/ Samurai Plans Bundle: http://samuraicarpenter.com/the-ultimate-project-plan-bundle Get stickers here: http://samuraicarpenter.com/stickers/ Fan funding: http://samuraicarpenter.com/partner-with-the-samurai/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=754729
Views: 145623 The Samurai Carpenter
Carving a Tsimshian totem pole
Henry Green and apprentices carving 26foot totem pole apprentices are Gerald Stewart, Sylvia Hill, Jennifer Davidson, Lianna Spence , Bob Bryant for more works go to www.nationspaddling.com
Views: 9873 Haidajaada
Totem Pole Carving
The Assembly of First Nations sponsored the carving of a 10ft totem pole by Dewey Smith, which was donated to the OneXOne Foundation and was auctioned off by Matt Damon at their September 8th, 2008 Gala during the Toronto International Film Festival. The OneXOne Foundation is committed to supporting, preserving and improving the lives of children in Canada, and around the world.
Views: 61407 abseepro
How to carve a TiKI
How to carve a TiKi out of a Mexican Fan Palm
Views: 47778 Rick Cremin
Tiki carving Time lapse ( Part 1)
Tiki carving Time lapse ( Part 1) I have acquired a lot of knowledge from watching other people carve. I hope my carving videos can pay it forward. Comments and suggestions welcome. Music: Track 1 Broke for free - Budding Track 2 Broke for free - The gold lining. All tracks downloaded from http://freemusicarchive.org/
Views: 15366 Andy McCarter
Telling Stories Through Totem Poles
David Boxley is a Native American artist from the Tsimshian tribe in Alaska. He is a dancer, songwriter, and wood carver. He also is an ambassador for Tsimshian culture. DAVID BOXLEY: "We call it art now, but it was a way for people to say this is how I am. This belongs to me, or this is my clan, or this is my crest, this is my family history, carved and painted on wood." Mr. Boxley says Christian missionaries were a strong influence in his community while he was growing up. As a result, he learned little about his native culture. While working as a teacher, he began researching the history of his people. In 1986, he left teaching so that he could spend time wood-working and telling others about Tsimshian culture. DAVID BOXLEY: "I guess I came along at the right time. Our people really needed a shot in the arm. Our culture, it was - it wasn't very prominent after all that missionary influence, and years and years of not having anyone be in that kind of position to guide." Almost 30 years later, he completed his 70th totem pole. It is now part of the permanent collection at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, DC. DAVID BOXLEY: "We don't use sandpaper. So we use the knives and the chisels to get it as smooth as possible. Get the lines clean." This totem pole started as a seven-meter-long piece of red cedar. Mr. Boxley began carving it months ago at his home in Washington state. DAVID BOXLEY: "This one is going to be seen by millions over the next hundred years or whatever, you know. And it's not just me and my son; it's all of my people that are proud...my tribe." On the day when the totem pole officially became part of the museum, Mr. Boxley's family and friends performed for a crowd. Then, the pole was shown for the first time. Thanks to David Boxley, the museum is able to show a fine example of Tsimshian culture to its visitors. I'm Kelly Nuxoll.
Views: 84700 VOA Learning English
Art & Story in Totem Poles / Ignite Dallas
The Native Americans of the northwest Pacific coast carved magnificent vertical columns in cedar, commonly known as "totem poles." In this talk, web developer and myth enthusiast Randy Hoyt will discuss how, when, and why these poles were crafted; explore their relationship to a tribe's traditional stories and myths; and examine what anyone working in a creative profession can learn from these exquisite works of art.
Views: 122963 Randy Hoyt
Harold Joe Carved totem pole on the move: M'akola Group of Societies
Harold Joe assisted by George Rice carved totem pole on the move: M'akola Group of Societies
Views: 1385 Phil Ives
Native American Totem Poles - The Legend of the Magic Knives
Journeys to the place where native american totem poles began and where today that special art endures, passed on from generation to generation. Blends actual music with authentic carved masks and totem poles to present the "Legend of the Magic Knives" https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0LHEYTEAyndlUqRJYtBZEg
Chainsaw Artist Carves Wooden Totem Pole Time-Lapse
Walter Sansone, artist, sculptor and master with a chainsaw went to work on a tree in our backyard for two weeks. After 7,000 images cut together taken over 2 weeks you will not believe the finished product. Check out Walter's website at www.galleryworksart.com. If you want some action or some event time-lapsed reach out to me at [email protected] and check out my production company www.redleaffilm.com! Thanks for watching!
Views: 586 Christopher Pasi
Totem Pole Carving - Part 1
A 60 minute program on Northwest Native American Totem Pole carving with Alaskan Tshimsian carver David Boxley.
Views: 14373 BellevueCollege
Keystone Carvings Chainsaw Totem Pole
Time lapse of carving of a totem pole 2 days of carving Kittanning, PA
Views: 797 Keystone Carvings
Wolf Totem Pole Carving
Video by Michael Penn | Juneau Empire
Views: 525 Juneau Empire
Chainsaw carved Totem poles
This is two Chainsaw carved totem poles taken with a time lapse camera
Views: 1504 Ryan Meyer
This is a Totem Pole I made out of a piece of 4" x 4' treated post. I used "Coral Photo House" to get the outline I needed. I then used a electric hand sander and a die grinder to shape the piece. I drilled out the deeper openings with a 1" Paddle Bit. The Pole was painted with exterior acrylic paint. I will probably make a video on the Coral Photo House that I use a lot for my projects.
Views: 17527 leonard muniak
Carving A 16 Foot Totem Pole: Part 1 (of 2)
Although I will be posting a more detailed description on my blog at http://woodtrails.blogspot.com I will give a brief run down here: The carving of this magnificent 16' totem pole began during the fall of 2009 and was completed by Thanksgiving. The winter then became enormously busy with work and other projects, then came the "blizzards" of snow almost back-to-back. Therefore the totem was painted then left sitting on the porch for about 4 months until we finally got it standing proudly in the good earth just this week. We're an alternative wilderness school for at-risk kids and the story of the new totem is as follows: The Bear: On the bottom is the bear which symbolizes strength and thus the counselors in our program because they build the foundation (see the hammer in the bears paws) upon which all else stands. Without our counselors we would be nothing so sometimes the most important character on a totem pole is on the bottom and for good reason. The Beaver: Next is the beaver which represents the program directors since they always seem to be gnawing on wood seeking the sometimes elusive trail to a safe and effective program for the kids. The Frog: This little creature represents the family workers who do a lot of "hopping" around between the kids, families, counselors, and everyone on property as they mediate various problems and solutions that make our program work. The Wolf: Indian symbolism sees the wolf as having great wisdom and knowledge so this magnificent creature will represent the teachers who make sure that our students stay current in their school work and are well prepared to succeed in the future. The Raven: This bird will represent the campers family who are also working hard to make the necessary changes in their own lives and preparing the home "nest" for their son to eventually return and flourish into the future together again. The Thunderbird: The Thunderbird with his wings spread out tall and proud at the very top of the pole will represent the youth and the successful people that they are capable of becoming. If a strong foundation is laid beneath then every kid will have the opportunity to succeed and that will be the real story of our totem pole. This video is also being used as part of a blog posting on this project at my blog: http://woodtrails.blogspot.com/ so please visit me there for more information and pictures. Music "Acoustic2" courtesy of Jason Shaw http://www.youtube.com/user/audionautix#p/
Views: 26229 HillsnHollers446
Totem Poles Foam carved at Break All Productions Las Vegas Prop company
Making some Totem props and sets for backdrop... Las Vegas foam carvers.
Carving 6 foot Totem Pole
Carving a 6 foot pole in my carving shack / bedroom :) The name of the piece is Uniting The Original People . There is a wolf holding a raven with a moon in its feet and an eagle perched on top of the wolf. The piece went to Northern Manitoba
Views: 1036 Jadeon
Making a Tiny Totem: Challenge Tree 2017
Here is my entry to the challenge tree 2017 put on by Dominic Bender! I chose to make a miniature totem pole with 2 segments. I used a 1" diameter by 6" long piece of fruit bearing cherry tree. Link to Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6BXzHmo-tNg&list=PLxZz9NOCW96Q4y_P8ruU6q7ncUXxLU4V6 Dominic's Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/DominicsWoodworks Check out my vlog channel! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKATmzTzS89nUoqBgq7Podg Instagram: @dylansdiystudio ---- ? DOCTOR VOX - Endgame http://youtube.com/watch?v=j3UyYZ85Tiw http://facebook.com/doctorvox http://youtube.com/doctorvoxofficial ----
Totem Pole Carving - Part 6
History of the Pacific NW - Totem Pole Carving with David Boxley, Part 6
Views: 3536 BellevueCollege
Montana Made: Gulli Totem Poles & Carvings
Totem poles tell a story, whether it’s the story of an indigenous people or, in more modern times, someone’s imagination. Either way, making them is a labor of love and true artistry. In this week’s Montana Made feature, Justine Stewart takes us to the Bitterroot Valley where George Gulli is bringing people’s dreams to life.
Views: 363 KRTV NEWS
Last Name Totem Pole Chainsaw Carving "Muscovalley"
Chainsaw carving of the last name "MUSCOVALLEY"
Totem Pole carving at the ABEF
The American Bald Eagle Foundation has hired Jim Heaton , a Master Carver to carve a totem pole for the front of our foundation! He and his crew of Carvers will be working all summer out front in our parking lot Carving. Jim Heaton, Teeya Saati, adopted by Gooch Hit (Wolf House), in Klukwan. Jim has been studying and carving Northwest Coast Art since 1984. Since that time he has completed over 200 feet of totem poles and house posts. Jim is the designer and Master Carver/Instructor for this totem. These poles are being carved for the Front Entrance of the Foundation! An Eagle Pole and a Raven Pole are being carved. Leave a lasting impression of your own on our Totems Donor Wall. Join our Totem wall with a Ceramic Quarry Custom Engraved Tile as a Donor, Dedication, Tribute to a loved one, in Memory of Etc. reserve you tile today! at http://www.polarengraving.com/americanbaldeaglefoundation
Views: 1140 TheABEF
Tiki Totem Carving with Chainsaw
Carving a Tiki on Salt Spring Island. Ships tikis all over the world.
Views: 2526 Gulf IslandRock
Carving cedar wood totem pole
cedar totem carving , in the studio lets get started thesunmaker.com
Views: 101 The Sun Maker
Clark Derbes carving the Keewaydin Totem pole
Resident artist Clark Derbes was commissioned to create a new totem pole to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Camp keewaydin dunmore. It was carved entirely by chainsaw using a hemlock tree trunk cut down from mount moosalamoo. (this was clarks first carving ever)
Views: 3707 clarkderbes
Totem Poles | Native America | PBS
Official Website: https://to.pbs.org/2DdzTCv | #NativeAmericaPBS Alan Hunt and Beau Dick share the real story of totem poles and the great cedar trees they are made from. Watch full episodes of Native America at https://to.pbs.org/2DdzTCv. Subscribe to the PBS channel for more clips: https://www.youtube.com/user/PBS/featured Enjoy full episodes of your favorite PBS programs at https://www.pbs.org/video/ FOLLOW US: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pbs/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/PBS Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/PBS Shop: https://shop.pbs.org/ Native America explores the world created by America’s First Peoples. The four-part series reaches back 15,000 years to reveal massive cities aligned to the stars, unique systems of science and spirituality, and 100 million people connected by social networks spanning two continents. Watch extended interviews, digital-exclusive video & more at https://to.pbs.org/2DdzTCv
Views: 8004 PBS
How to Draw Totem Poles
How to Draw Totem Poles. Part of the series: Drawing Instructions. A totem pole is a wooden carved pole with the likenesses of animals on it. Draw totem poles with help from an artist in this free video clip. Read more: http://www.ehow.com/video_12138584_draw-totem-poles.html
Views: 17793 eHow
Totem Carving
Views: 49 Garlen Lo
First Nations Indian Carved Totem Poles Campbell River BC
Campbell River British Columbia BC
Views: 292 Jim Howard
Easter Totem Pole (UMTV)
http://www.umc.org/videos Indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest area in North America often passed knowledge on through totem poles. These carvings in cedar tell stories as books do. United Methodist pastor David Fison spent years serving congregations in Alaska. Fison was inspired to create totem poles to tell the biblical stories of Easter and Christmas in symbols familiar to the native peoples. Alaska native Charley Brower says, "The story that they tell, is heartwarming for us. People like Dave Fison saw that there are natives there with their own way of telling stories and relating to our Creator." In this video, Fison shares what each symbol on his Easter totem pole signifies and his own spiritual journey as a craftsman. UMTV videos feature United Methodists living their faith and making a positive difference in the world. This channel is managed by United Methodist Communications in Nashville, TN. Contact [email protected] for more info.
Chainsaw Carving a Totem Pole Sculpture
Music: Blast by New Monsoon
Views: 1389 Marco Martoccia
Iconic: Totem Poles
These four totem poles, carved by the Nisgaa and Haida peoples of Canada's Pacific Northwest Coast, commemorate family origins, rights, privileges, achievements and experiences. Standing just outside the Daphne Cockwell Gallery of Canada: First Peoples, they been selected as one of the must-see treasures in the Royal Ontario Museum's collection.
Views: 13732 Royal Ontario Museum
Totem Pole Carving
The Assembly of First Nations sponsored the carving of a 10ft totem pole by Dewey Smith, which was donated to the OneXOne Foundation and was auctioned off by Matt Damon at their September 8th, 2008 Gala during the Toronto International Film Festival. The OneXOne Foundation is committed to supporting, preserving and improving the lives of children in Canada, and around the world.
Views: 306 ABSeeVideo
British Columbia: Reading Totem Poles at Capilano
A look back at the origins of the Capilano Suspension Bridge and a meeting with a master carver who was hired to restore the totem poles carved by his grandfather, a Squamish Chief. Stan Joseph explains how to read the totem poles and distinguish the colours and characteristics pertaining to different tribes in British Columbia. For more information visit www.ontopoftheworld.net and check out episode #45 in the Railway Adventures across Canada category.
Views: 4317 Anne Martin
Small Hand Carved Tiki Totem
My friend Michael recently visited Hawaii. When he came back he started carving Tikis. Inspired by his work I decided to give it a shot. I think it turned out pretty good for a first attempt. https://www.instagram.com/cyfillmore/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UncleCysWoodworking/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CyrusFillmore Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/UncleCysWoodworking?ref=hdr_shop_menu
Views: 1779 DIY with Uncle Cy
Carving a Tsimshian Totem Pole part 2 Henry Green Master Carver
Henry Green Tsimshian Master Carver, carving a 26 foot pole along with apprentices, Gerald Stewart Henry and apprentices had started this in November 2009 with completion date set for February 2010, check out following videos, his apprentices are Sylvia Hill ( youngest step daughter 10 years), Bob Bryant, Lianna Spence,and Eric Yates
Views: 3828 Haidajaada