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WOOCS 2.2.6


Alvin Child was born in Alert Bay in 1962 as the second child of John Alvin Dudoward and Irene Willie. When Alvin was one year old, his father passed away, and the family relocated to Nanaimo, BC. His mother remarried when Alvin was four. Alvin recalls a happy childhood in which his mother and adoptive father, Ron Child, placed a lot of emphasi... Read more >>
Andy Wilbur Peterson is a member of the Skokomish Tribe. He began carving after being inspired by a tour of a museum exhibiting Northwest Coast art; and began exploring various art forms. By the age of 18, he had taught himself how to both, carve and paint. Later, Andy and his Uncle Peter Peterson made a joint effort to revive the traditional steam... Read more >>
Art Thompson was born in 1948 in the village of Whyac on the southern end of Nitinat Lake. He belonged to the Ditidaht Band of the Nuu-chah-nulth people. Art was fortunate to be immersed in the cultural life of his people from an early age, when he was initiated into the Tlukwalla society. As a small boy he showed great interest in artistic expr... Read more >>
Benjamin Chee Chee (1944-1977) was an artist of Ojibway descent from Temamgami, Ontario. He painted in a style heavily influenced by modern abstract painters. Chee Chee was renowned for his depictions of geese and other birds, calling them 'creatures of the present'. He used flowing, graceful lines with minimal colour, often reducing the image t... Read more >>