BEAR IN A BOAT by Terry McCue

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Artist's Name: Terry McCue

Paddle Title: “Bear in a Boat”

Meaning of Paddle Design: I have no idea. These things just pop into my head and I try to stay out of the way.

Terry has provided a signed Certificate of Authenticity.

Funding Project: Net proceeds from the sale of Terry's paddle will be directed towards the support of the Wet'suwet'en, who are defending their unceded territory in British Columbia from the Coastal Gas Link (CGL) pipeline.

Paddle Wood: Cherry

Paddle Style: Beavertail

Paddle Grip: Standard – 3.75” / 9.5 cm

Paddle Length: 60" / 152.5 cm.

Paddle Condition: New

Paddle Bonus: On the reverse side of the paddle are the two engravings as shown on our signature Paddles of Peace.

Paddle Accessory: The paddle includes a canoe shaped horizontal wall mount paddle holder.

Photograph Location: Inside pictures in Spruce Grove, Alberta...outside picture at Canoe Foundation House at the shore of Lake Ontario.

Short Artist Biography: Born in 1945 at Curve Lake First Nation. Went through treatment for adult children of alcoholics at 47 years of age. Started painting at 48 and have not looked back. Represented by Canada House, Banff.