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Coyote Mask

Coyote Mask
Sculpture
Black Bear Mask

Black Bear Mask
Sculpture (H 12in x W 7in x D 8in)
One Flew By

One Flew By
Sculpture (H 20in x W 23in x D 16in)

Wolf Brothers Mask

Wolf Brothers Mask
Sculpture (H 14in x W 15in x D 6in)
Wolf/Wolf Cub Mask

Wolf/Wolf Cub Mask
Sculpture
Twilight

Twilight
Sculpture (H 7in x W 8.5in x D 4in)

Silence (Bronze)

Silence (Bronze)
Sculpture (H 14in x W 4.25in x D 3.5in)
Song of Solitude

Song of Solitude
Sculpture (H 7in x W 10.5in x D 4in)
Singing Raven

Singing Raven
Sculpture (H 9.75in x W 10.5in x D 4.5in)

Dreamer

Dreamer
Sculpture (H 11in x W 5in x D 6in)
Sleeper

Sleeper
Sculpture (H 10.5cm x W 4cm x D 3cm)
Dreaming Owl II

Dreaming Owl II
Sculpture (H 4in x W 8in x D 4in)

Cougar Fetish

Cougar Fetish
Sculpture (H 9.25in x W 18in x D 5.5in)
Raven Mask (Large)

Raven Mask (Large)
Sculpture (H 20in x W 6in x D 12in)
Small Owl AP

Small Owl AP
Sculpture

Dreaming Owl

Dreaming Owl
Sculpture (H 16.25in x W 5.5in x D 5.5in)
Recumbent Owl

Recumbent Owl
Sculpture (H 4in x W 6.5in x D 13.75in)
Eagle Feast Bowl

Eagle Feast Bowl
Sculpture (H 8in x W 7in x D 18in)

The Great Eagle Owl Spirit Monument

The Great Eagle Owl Spirit Monument
Sculpture (H 72in x W 22in x D 22in)
Raven Talk (bronze)

Raven Talk (bronze)
Sculpture (H 17in x W 12in x D 12in)
Coyote and Hawk Spirit Canoe

Coyote and Hawk Spirit Canoe
Sculpture (H 7in x W 10in x D 4in)

The Kingfisher

The Kingfisher
Sculpture (H 19in x W 22in)
Raven and His Brother

Raven and His Brother
Sculpture (H 18in x W 6in x D 12in)
Dreaming Companions

Dreaming Companions
Sculpture (H 23.75in x W 15.5in x D 6in)

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Artist Biography

New Mexico sculptor, Hib Sabin creates masks, spirit sticks, amulets, spirit bowls, and boats, often incorporating creatures such as- wolves, owls, ravens, bears, coyotes, and eagles. The pieces are finished in watercolor and acrylic and then steel wool and sandpaper are incorporated to create an aged quality. Juniper and pinon woods are used most often as they are both native to New Mexico. He is inspired by Shamanic practices from tribal cultures around the world. The sculptor has traveled across the world studying traditions and cultures, including those of the curanderos in Mexico and tribes in India. Hib is inspired by Inuit sculptures, Mexican folk art and the mythological cultures of Native Americans. Hib carves animals and instills them with an energy that captivates the viewer. Many of the pieces he carves are custom made, honoring specific totem animals requested by patrons. He is particularly interested in the symbolism of bears, wolves, ravens and owls, and they appear in many of his works.




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