Sabina Hill Design

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Eagle Wall Panel, Sabina Hill with Andy Everson - H 24” L 24” W 1.75”, custom high gloss red lacquer finish with clear anodized aluminum, and stainless standoffs. Edition 25. CAD 3,500.00

Serving Tray – Eagles with Steve Smith
L 20.75” W 12” D 1” Stainless Steel CAD 320

Candle Surrounds –
Eagle or Raven with Steve Smith
Stainless Steel with square frosted glass tray
Short H 5” W 4” L 4” CAD 120
Tall H 7” W 4” L 4” CAD 140

Canadian designer Sabina Hill, in collaboration with aboriginal artists, creates original custom furniture, art and installations which merges the rich mythology of West Coast native culture with a contemporary design aesthetic.

Sabina graduated in architecture with honours from the University of British Columbia and in environmental studies from the University of Manitoba. As the principal of her own boutique design firm for 15 years, Sabina has an essential understanding of industry issues which enable her to create exceptional work and deliver outstanding service.

Born in Vancouver, BC, Sabina is inspired by First Nations imagery which is deeply-rooted in Pacific Northwest regional culture and skillfully integrates Native motifs into her work creating a unique, contemporary expression, one that evokes the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest and celebrates the convergence of two distinct design cultures.

Her handcrafted museum quality works are authenticated limited editions and commissions that showcase an ever-expanding palette of materials which reflect her highly collectible and evolving design aesthetic.

Dr. George MacDonald, former president of the Bill Reid Foundation and current director of Simon Fraser University’s Bill Reid Centre of NWC Art Studies, described Hill’s work as “demonstrating the next phase in the development of North West Coast art and design.”