Jody WilsonJody Wilson, a Coast Salish native grew up in Ladner, British Columbia. This small town on the back waters of the mighty Fraser River was originally a fishing and farming community. The river and surrounding coastal areas provided much of the inspiration and subject matter for Jody's native art.

As a child, Jody always displayed an interest in the arts, He spent many hours drawing, painting and watching his uncle carve.

At the age of 15, he began taking courses from renowned native artists on the basic drawing and design of Haida and Salish art.

His work was introduced to the Vancouver Museum in 1984. Since then it has been distributed throughout the world with pieces in The Museum of Art in New York. The Commonwealth Institute in London, England, and private commissions in Australia, South Africa, Japan, Germany, the United States and Canada.

After 22 years of working with wood and 10 years of producing limited edition prints, Jody has entered a new medium, gold and silver jewellery. Carving bracelets, rings, earrings and pendants, his work is carried by the Vancouver Aquarium and Capillano Suspension Bridge gift shops and galleries in Banff, Alberta and Ketchikan, Alaska


We are proud to present Jody's newest Limited Edition Print, Tyee Salmon available either in 23k. gold, or in gold foil. All prints are signed and numbered by the artist.

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