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Joe Peters Jr. began his carving career at the age of six. Joe was partly self-taught, he also trained with his grandfather, Jack James, and received instruction on the basics of mask carving and design from Dwayne Simeon. He was strongly influenced by Kwakwaka’wakw artists, Beau Dick and Russell Smith. Joe spent a year working with Tony Hunt and John Livingston at their Arts of the Raven workshop in Victoria, BC. His works continue to be featured in many public and private collections, which include pieces in Europe, Mexico, and the USA. Joe Peters passed away in August of 1994.
1989Because he lives in the woods on the edge of the spirit world, Bukwus is often depicted in a ...
1989Because he lives in the woods on the edge of the spirit world, Bukwus is often depicted in a disheveled and dirty state. His face is characteristically skeletal, his eye sockets deep and round, his brow furrowed, his nose beaked, and his mouth grimacing. His counterparts among other groups on the Northwest coast are Gagiid (Haida), Land Otter (Tlingit), and Pooq-oobs (Nuu-chah-nulth).
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