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Raven, Bear with Human Pendant
Raven, Bear with Human Pendant
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Raven, Bear with Human Pendant

Andrew Williams
Haida
 
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Argillite, Abalone shell, Sterling silver bezel setting
1.75 x 1.75 x 0.5"
CAD $475.00
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No. 10261
CP-Gastown
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Andrew Williams, Haida
 

Andrew Williams was born in 1964 in Masset, located on Haida Gwaii.

His Crests include Raven, Shark, Kllerwhale, Grizzly and Raven-finned Killerwhale. He is a self-taught artist and has been carving since 1995. He describes his work as a "blend of traditional and contemporary art" and tries to convey his "passion for art, [his] Haida ancestry, and the Old Stories".

In June of 1999, Andrew took a shaping course with Gary Minaker-Russ through the First peoples Cultural Foundation Grant. Andrew's influences are Christian White and Terry Yeltazie for their inlay work and Gary Minaker-Russ for polishing technique and form.

In 2009, Andy graduated from Vancouver's Northwest Coast Jewelry Arts program under established Haida/Kwakwaka'wakw artist, Dan Wallace.