Totem pole by Chief Tony Hunt of the Kwakiutl
Another fine way to turn bits and bobs into art. http://pictify.com/81212/david-batchelor-parapillar-7-multicolour
Mine are the Owl, Snake & Crow. They're pretty damn accurate too! This also kinda explains why October, November & December are my favourite months of the year lol
Wheel of the Year
Wise Man by John Maltby; ceramic sculpture with ceramic base
European brown hare on a farm track
Hand-Carved Native American Totem Pole - woodcarving, Western Red Cedar by MKWoodcarving on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/214271376/hand-carved-native-american-totem-pole
Inuit carvings and art
Totem Pole by will Joudrey / more totem poles - Native Americans Totem Poles
Hamsterley Forest, The Green Man Sculpture. Hamsterley Forest in the Durham Dales is 2000 hectares of mixed woodland with excellent walks, bike routes and horse riding trails for all levels of abilty.
Alaskan Totem a pinner said *On our trip to Alaska a native elder was going to point out the largest totem in the world, but because of the fog his statement was: "but not today".
Non Western Artefacts, Art & Clothing
Green Man sculpture, Hamsterley Forest. You know, for when I get a bunch of money of 1000% better at wood carving