Native American Style Wooden Flute by Stellar Flutes
Key of A
Fetish: Walnut Bird
Length: 21 1/2 inches
Stellar Flutes (Shelton, Washington) have welcomed people into this world and shepherded them into the next. They have helped people through the loss of loved ones, taken the anger out of divorce, assisted in healing the injured. They have calmed the incarcerated, and given direction to the lost. Nothing could make the people at Stellar Flutes happier.
Tom founded Stellar in 1995 when by a wonderful series of events he was introduced to the Native American Flute. The experience of making flutes, honing techniques, and creatively adding to the flute- making technology has been an engaging, arduous, and fulfilling task. It has come closer than anything ever has to tapping Tom’s talents and energies to their fullest. His focus is true and he loves his work.
Matt is ” Stellar, the next generation.” Matt puts a constantly changing face on our flutes. His inventive mind has led to many important technical breakthroughs. He is also our totem carver. Together Tom and Matt make a hardworking knowledgeable, and dynamic team. Tom knows he is lucky to have a son who loves flute making.
Lily is a versatile craftsperson involved in many parts of flute-making. She is now the primary flute decorator, and has taken that art to a whole new level. Her original block prints are used throughout our literature and on our DVD label
Important Note to Customers
Our woods of choice are a combination of non-endangered North American woods and recycled woods. In the past we used rain-forest woods without understanding how harmful the destruction of the rain forests is to our one and only earth. Our wood supplier, Oby Johnson of Targo Woods in Bellingham, WA, helps us make choices that are safe for the environment.