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Het Prentenboek

By |2020-05-20T17:24:44+02:00May 18th, 2020|

Het Prentenboek is an extensive reference for adults on the footprints of mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and invertebrates found in northwest Europe. In the 452-page book, the prints of more than 100 species are treated with more than 700 photographs and over 350 drawings. Het Prentenboek was created by René Nauta and Aaldrik Pot. They have been working on it for more than three years, but actually it has more than forty years of experience in the search for prints and traces.

Looking at Indian Art of the Northwest Coast

By |2020-05-22T15:42:31+02:00May 17th, 2020|

In Looking at IndianArt of the Northwest Coast worden de elementen van stijl geïntroduceerd; de mythen en legenden die de motieven vormen worden geïnterpreteerd; de stilistische verschillen tussen de belangrijkste culturele groeperingen worden gedefinieerd en geïllustreerd. Raven, Thunderbird, Orka, Beer: alle traditionele vormen zijn hier, behendig geanalyseerd door een professionele schrijver en kunstenaar die een diep begrip van deze krachtige cultuur heeft.

Looking at Indian Art of the Northwest Coast

By |2020-05-20T18:53:32+02:00May 17th, 2020|

In Looking at IndianArt of the Northwest Coast ,the elements of style are introduced; the myths and legends which shape the motifs are interpreted; the stylistic differences between the major cultural groupings are defined and illustrated. Raven, Thunderbird, Killer Whale, Bear: all the traditional forms are here, deftly analyzed by a professional writer and artist who has a deep understanding of this powerful culture.

Indian Fishing

By |2020-05-31T09:39:01+02:00May 10th, 2020|

Of the many resources available to the First Nations of the Northwest Coast, the most vital was fish. The people devised ingenious ways of catching the different species of fish, creating a technology vastly different from that of today's industrial world. With attention to clarity and detail, Hilary Stewart illustates their hooks, lines, sinkers, lures, floats, clubs, spears, harpoons, nets, traps, rakes, and gaffs, showing how these were made and used-in over 450 drawings and 75 photographs. She has gathered material from major museums and from the old people in coastal villages and fish camps. One section demonstrates how the catch was butchered, cooked, rendered, and preserved. The spiritual aspects of fishing are described as well--prayers and ceremonies in gratitude and honour to the fish, customs and taboos indicating the people's respect for this life-giving resource. The fish designs on household and ceremonial objects are depicted--images that tell of fishing's importance to the whole culture.

2020 what a great prospect!

By |2020-05-21T13:57:15+02:00February 23rd, 2020|Categories: Bushcraft, clothing, Fire, Living by Nature, No Trace, Outdoor Living Skills, Skills, Skins, tanning, Winter, Winter-course|

Team Living by Nature 2020 A new beginning - a clean slate The battery starts to recharge in multiple ways, with positive energy. This year I continue my work for Living by Nature and start as a volunteer at Siegurd. In addition, I perform several small, mainly digital, hand and tension services for The Bushcraft Journal Magazine, The International Bushcraft Event and The Great Outdoors Festival. All this new [...]

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