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Hand Puppet, Joy the Hummingbird

Hand Puppet, Joy the Hummingbird

Native Northwest

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Immerse yourself in Indigenous art and culture with the Joy the Hummingbird hand puppet, designed by Haida artist Roger Smith. Native Northwest Puppets brings these iconic designs to life, perfect for igniting imagination and creativity in children and adults alike. Made with top-quality materials and featuring vibrant colors and patterns, these puppets are destined to become a beloved toy. Whether performing a puppet show or engaging in imaginative play, these easy-to-use hand and finger puppets are suitable for all skill levels and can be enjoyed by one person or a group. Explore the many characters available and discover the one that resonates with you.

  • All new materials
  • 100% Polyester
  • Designed in Canada; Made in China
  • Product type: Hand Puppet
  • Shipping Dimensions: 12.0 × 11.5 × 6.75 inches  (30.5 × 29.2 × 17.1 cm)
  • Shipping Weight: 0.19 lb (3.0 oz; 84 g)
  • SKU010011802 | 629117028884 | PUP14

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Roger Smith

About the Artist

Roger Smith


Roger attended the Freda Diesing School of Northwest Coast Art for two years. His work has been shown at the Terrace Art Gallery and the Kitimaat Museum. In 2016, he received a scholarship from Vancouver-based company Native Northwest. In 2018, he won the President’s Art Award from Northwest Community College for a painting inspired by a traditional Chilkat blanket. Between 2018-2019, Roger apprenticed under Haida artist Corey Bulpitt. In 2020, Roger completed the Jewelery Arts Program at Vancouver's Native Education College.

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