Francis Horne (Jr.)
Francis Horne Jr. has watched his father, Francis Horne Sr. carve since childhood. He carved his first mask when he was twelve years old, and sold the first one at thirteen.
Francis has experience carving poles, masks, and rattles. He has also worked on a canoe that his father made for the Commonwealth Games. Francis works in traditional styles while continuing to explore new ideas. He is well on his way to becoming one of the prominent Northwest Coast artists of his generation.