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"Komokwa"

BC Ferries featured Richards design, "Komokwa" on its newest vessel, The Sea Wolf, November 23, 2018

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"My Family"

“My Family” is proudly displayed at the new Harbour Air Seaplane Terminal, Victoria, B.C. – May, 2016

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"Dancing Heron"

This cheerful dancing heron print was featured as the logo for the 26th annual Times Colonist 10K race.


 
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About Richard

Richard Hunt, one of Canada's premiere Native artists, has been creating traditional cultural art for most of his life. At the age of thirteen, he decided to become a carver like his father. Born in 1951 in Alert Bay, BC, Richard is a Kwaguilth (Kwakiutl) Native. The Kwaguilth people traditionally reside in the northeastern coast of Vancouver Island and the central coast of British Columbia. Although born in Alert Bay, Richard has spent most of his life in Victoria where he currently resides with his wife and daughter.

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“When I make something, I am claiming the rights to it for myself, and at the same time for our children and all Kwakwaka'wakw people. They are the ones who really own it.”

— Richard Hunt

 
 
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Interested in working with Richard?

To commission an artwork or to inquire about a piece of artwork please get in touch.