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Born 1953, Whiterock, BC
Stan Greene began carving and painting in 1976 after studying at the Gitanmaax School of Northwest Coast Indian Art and Design at K’san in Hazelton, BC. He was fortunate to apprentice under the excellent tutelage of renowned artists Vernon Stephens, Ken Mowatt, Murphy Green, and Chuck Heit.
Greene carved a house post at Expo ‘86 in Vancouver and in 1987 he went to Japan and carved a totem pole for the city of Yokohama.
Greene’s focuses have been directed towards wood carvings and limited edition prints. He has become an established contemporary Salish artist.