Ken Loo was born in 1950 in Standoff, Alberta, Canada. He is a member of the Blood Nation of the Plains Indians.
Ken has been carving silver and gold jewelry since 1980. He has apprenticed under such master Northwest Coast Native artists as Russell Smith, Beau Dick and Barry Wilson.
Ken specializes in depicting eagle feathers, which is a symbol of power and prestige, as well as peace and friendship. The eagle feather is still considered sacred both by West coast and Eastern Nations alike.
Ken’s simplicity of form and superb lines has drawn many collectors to his artwork.