Small Porcelain Art Bowl Killer Whale designed by Trevor Angus Gitxsan Nation
"Whales are symbols of unity and connection."
Trevor Angus is of the Gitxsan Nation, born in 1970 in Kispoix B.C. and has been carving for more than 20 years. At a young age Trevor was accepted into the Gitanmaax School of Northwest Coast Indian Art In Hazelton British Columbia. In his four years attending school he studied under Master Carvers Ken Mowatt and Vemon Stephens, who taught him to carve masks, rattles, plaques, as well as steaming bentwood boxes.
Since graduating from the Gitanmaax School Trevor has apprentice under Phillip Janze learning the skills of silver and gold jewelry engraving. Now living in Vancouver Trevor is inspired by the K’san traditional style and design that you can see in his pieces that he is thoughtful and consistent with his deeply etched cedar panels.