Two small wooden dowels allow the bear's jaw to articulate.
|About the Artist||(1935 or 1936-1999) Ivan Boyd Otterlifter Sherk, an American citizen, signed his work in a stylized "CYOT"
Sherk's interest in Northwest Coast masks is evident in the carvings he created. Reportedly he was adopted into a Tlingit clan.
|Medium||Cedar, pigment, hair|
|Size||11" height X 14" length X 12" width|
|Signed||"Cyot" on mask's interior|
|Date of creation||Circa 1985|