Clinton Work

Sterling Silver Bracelet



DESIGN:
Generations
PRICE:
SOLD
SIZE:
1 3/4" x 6"
With oxidization.

Clinton Work 
CULTURAL GROUP:
Kwakwaka'wakw

BORN:
December 12, 1975

BIRTHPLACE:
Campbell River, BC



Clinton's crest is Bear. He apprenticed with Phil Ashbee and has also worked with many artists in Campbell River and Nanaimo. Clinton creates drums, masks, bowls, sculptures, jewellery and paintings, and works in a variety of media including red cedar, yellow cedar, alder, copper, gold, silver and acrylic paint. He began creating jewellery in 2005 and has trained under established jeweller, Kelvin Thompson. Clinton is also well-known for his large Hamat'sa masks, and he does all of his own cedar bark work. From 2010 to 2014, Clint donated a fully carved and painted bentwood box for Lattimer Galleryís 'Annual Charity Bentwood Box Event' and drew the highest bid several times. In 2012, Clint was included in the 'Medium: Painting on Canvas' exhibition at Lattimer Gallery. In 2014, Clint was included in the Nerman Museumís 'Contemporary American Indian Art' exhibition, in Kansas City.

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