Lyle Wilson ~ Kwakwaka’wakw/Haisla

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By Lyle Wilson
By Lyle Wilson

Lyle Wilson is an accomplished, established artist in the Northwest Coast art market. He attended the University of British Columbia in 1978, followed by the Emily Carr College of Art, receiving a diploma in print making in 1986. His work has been exhibited at the Regional Art Gallery of London, Ontario and he has pieces at the Museum of Anthropology, Vancouver, BC, and in the Provincial Museum in Victoria. In 2013, Lyle had a large solo show titled ‘Paint: The Painted Works of Lyle Wilson’ at Vancouver’s Bill Reid Gallery. He is the first Northwest Coast artist to have works acquired by the Canadian Council Art Bank.

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