Join us for a discussion with Gwichʼin soapstone carver Waylon Snowshoe
Friday, January 28, 2022
10:00 am – 11:30 am
Waylon Snowshoe is a soapstone carver from the Tetlichi Gwich’in people. He is originally from a small town called Fort McPherson in the Northwest Territories.
Waylon now lives in Winnipeg with his family where he works as a full-time carver. Waylon loves carving because it brings happiness to the people. His artwork is displayed at the homes of collectors from all over Canada. He mostly carves animals such as bears, walruses and birds but also creates smaller carvings such as earrings. Waylon Snowshoe’s art pieces are full of life and motion.
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