Freddie Wilson ~ Haida

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By Freddie Wilson
By Freddie Wilson

Freddie is from the Raven clan. He is the son of established argillite carver Cooper Wilson and is the brother of Donnie Edenshaw. He is inspired by his brother and his father, as well as artists Christian White, Jim Hart, Gwaai Edenshaw and his uncle, Guujaaw. Freddie works in both traditional and non-traditional forms. For example, he has recently created a miniature skateboard with trade-bead wheels and a Chinese flying dragon with a red, catlinite tongue. While Freddie was introduced to argillite carving and Haida art through his family, he plans to branch-out into gold and silver jewellery, as well as wood. My name is Skundaal and I am from the Raven clan. In 2009, Freddie graduated from Vancouver’s Northwest Coast Jewellery Arts program under established Haida/Kwakwaka’wakw artist, Dan Wallace.

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