If you are interested in a personal memorial bench or just a Love Bench for your home entrance way send me a message and I will send you a quote. I worked on a special red cedar project with Protection Island wood crafter Mat Colleret, Two Ravens memorial bench for our dear friend Roger. Fully… Read More
I have some wonderful news about a new project that my daughter Candice Helin, and I have been working on, with a fitness company in Qualicum Beach. Our project will be focussing on fitness, cultural awareness and over health and wellness through Tsimshian tribal drumming. My youngest daughter Candice Helin is a certified trainer and… Read More
COPYRIGHT OWNERSHIP All logo designs can be commissioned for non profit use only or for reproduction a copyright purchase with guidelines can be negotiated. Copyright ownership costs start at $1000. for branding and identity purposes. We offer complete logo designing services for any type of business. Bill Helin specializes in Northern Style Aboriginal designs and has… Read More
In my Tsimshian culture animal Life Crests are very important visual representations of Tribal Clans, which are bloodline connected from birth through our Mothers. In this day and age there has been a break down of the protected bloodline tradition so that to maintain the traditional practice it has to be done through adoptions and… Read More
This inch and a quarter wide sterling silver bracelet has rose gold and yellow gold on it, and is about two hummingbirds feeding from the flower as mates. Hand engraved by Bill Helin 2018 Retail pros is: $2600.
There are so many gifts of love given on the February Love Day, and so many ways of expressing love and kindness towards mates, friends, teachers and love partners all over the world. This is another profitable day for most retailers but like most common holidays and celebrations, there is a startling education from historical… Read More
I was reading an article today about one of my favorite precious metals, Copper. It was the first metal that I experimented with hand engraving tools that belonged to another Tsimshian artist in Prince Rupert, a daunting experience to say the least. That was a couple of years before my fishing boat accident that lead… Read More