LILIAN PITT Pacific NW Native American BLACK BUTTE Stick Indian Mask
Black Butte stick indian mask with feathers by Pacific NW Native American, Lillian Pitt. Copper glaze on terra cotta with spotted grouse feathers. Signed and dated on back.
Measures 14" including feathers x 7" x 2". Measures 6" not including feathers.
Lillian Pitt is a Pacific Northwest Native American artist. She was born and raised on the Warm Springs reservation in Oregon. Her ancestors lived in and near the Columbia River Gorge for over 10,000 years.
The Columbia River was called, simply, the Big River, or the Nch’i-Wana, by her ancestors. It was the backbone of one of the largest trade networks in all of Native America.