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Acrylic on Paper
|Dimensions||24 x 18 "|
|LOC||CP - - PD9 -|
|Nation||Gitksan / Wetsuweten|
Born February 19, 1970, Trevor Angus grew up in his hometown of Kispiox, British Columbia. Trevor carved his first plaque in grade four under the instruction of Victor Mowatt. Dan Yunkws was also a teacher during this time.
Trevor went on to complete the four year training program at the Kitanmaax School of Northwest Coast Indian Art in Hazelton in 1998. In this way he became skilled in the design and carving of plaques, ladles, panels, masks, rattles, paddles and bentwood boxes.
Trevor has trained with esteemed artists such as Ken Mowatt, Vernon Stephens and Art Wilson. Trevor is currently apprenticed to master carver Phillip Janze and is learning the fine art of jewelry making.
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