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Designed by Ojibway artist Don Chase.

Grizzly bears love wild salmon which are abundant in coastal streams. When the salmon are abundant, the grizzly bears thrive, grow, and produce more cubs.


Discover the ultimate eco-friendly solution for your kitchen cleanup! Our reusable dish cloths are designed to be quick-drying, ultra-absorbent, and dishwasher-safe, making them the perfect choice for any eco-conscious household. Say goodbye to wasteful paper towels and hello to a greener, cleaner way to tackle your chores!

70% Cellulose, 30% Cotton. 19.3cm x 17.3cm

Designed and printed in Canada. 

Royalty is paid for each product sold. 

Don Chase Salmon Hunter Eco-Dish Cloth

SKU: OS-9900
  • Don Chase, Ojibway Artist

    Born in Port Hope, Ontario in 1938 to Ojibway parents, Don’s native heritage has created a unique genre of his own, with the use of explosive fluorescent colours that overwhelm the senses. Don studied at the Ontario College of Art. He spent his working years as a graphic artist by day. When he wasn't busy coaching hockey, his free time was consumed with mixing media in both painting and sculpture.

    Dons talent has taken him across the country displaying his pieces in a number of art shows and exhibits, including the McMichael Canadian Art Collection. He has won many awards including the Mayors Choice award at the 43rd juried art exhibition at the Robert McLaughlin Gallery in Oshawa in 2011.

    “I try to create a spiritual connection with the person viewing my work. It’s not necessarily a religious thing, but I want to interpret my inner most emotions that live inside all of us. I’m compelled to express how I feel and present it in a bold manner. I think that makes for interesting art work …”

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