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Item # S10088 Price: C$850
Subject: Link   Ferocious Stance Dated: 2010 - Signed
Artist: Bird, Clarence     
Community:  Saskatchewan      
Size: inches/cm 4.5" x 11" x 4"
11.4 cm x 27.9 cm x 10.2 cm
Description: Clarence Keith Bird is an aspiring Cree artist from The Saddle Lake First Nation. He was born in Lethbridge, Alberta but he was raised in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

Keith was involved with art from an early age. He began with sketching seriously when he was 14 years old, where within that year he was granted a scholarship at the Mendall Art Gallery. He was inspired to begin carving driftwood and cedar at the age of 15. One of his early carving mentors was Lloyd Pinay. He had also carved under the watchful eye of Dave Kemp.

Keith moved to Vancouver, B.C. in the summer of 1999 where he then began to carve soapstone under the tutelage of his uncle, Donnie Bird. After 11 years of living and working in Vancouver, Keith is continuing to carve and develop his own unique style. Through out his career, Keith experimented with a number of different materials. He has worked with marble, Brazilian soapstone, alabaster, and black chloride.

He believes that art can contribute to the preservation of nature through awareness of the people and wildlife of the land. As a result, the relationship between man and his environment is frequently reflected in his work.

Keith’s unique styles of stone sculptures are now residing in different parts of the world in select galleries as well as private collections.


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