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Simon Dick

Country/Region: Northwest Coast

Tribe: Kwakwaka'wakwSimon Dick was born in 1952 in a remote coastal village in British Columbia. His early childhood was spent following the traditional lifestyle of his Kwicksutaineuk and Nax was dawx ancestors. As an adolescent, Simon moved with his family to Alert Bay, just off the coast of Vancouver Island, where he was taught and influenced by master carvers of the Kwakwaka'wakw. Later, a young man, Simon Dick moved to Victoria to apprentice with Chief Tony Hunt, a renowned Kwakwaka'wakw artist. Now residing in Vancouver, Simon Dick has a well-established reputation as a mastercarver in many media, however, he works primarily in cedar carving a variety of masks and totem poles. He is equally skilled as a jeweller working in silver.

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