Published on August 14, 2014 by Amy
Randy started carving in the early 1970s, on North Vancouver’s Capilano Reserve. He later moved to Victoria for four years, learning the Kwakwaka’wakw and Coast Salish styles, and working with wood carvers at Thunderbird Park. Randy’s pieces emphasize technique and detail rather than specific cultural styles, as Randy’s background is extremely diverse. In 2007, Randy was included in the ‘Sharing Myths’ exhibition at Ohio’s Sandusky Cultural Center. He is best known as a mask carver, but he also creates panels, bowls and boxes.
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