Sean Whonnock ~ Kwakwaka’wakw

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Sean Whonnock
Sean Whonnock

Sean was first inspired by Joe Peters Jr., when he watched Joe carve during the ages of 8 and 9. Joe Peters Jr. was his cousin. Sean has been carving since 1978, when he was given his first set of tools. He has been carving professionally since 1992. While Sean has learned a great deal from studying the works of Mungo Martin, Willi Seaweed and Charlie James, he has also received guidance from Richard and Tony Hunt. He worked at the Royal British Columbia Museum throughout 1997, 1998 and 1999 as a demonstration carver, and he is producing prints, drums and sculptures in addtion to works in wood. Sean is particularly well known for his shaman rattles, which showcase both his technical skill and his distinctive style.

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