Henderson, Greg

Greg Henderson, born 1968, is a Kwakwaka’wakw artist from the Wei Wai Kum First Nation of Campbell river. He is the youngest son of the late Ernie Henderson and grandson of the late master carver Sam Henderson Sr. He learned to carve as a young boy of eight at his father’s side. His uncles, Bill and Mark Henderson, both eminent artists, have been mentors for Greg.

Greg worked for many years within the salmon fishery industry. In 1997, he began to fulfill his life-long dream and became a full-time artist.

Greg is a third generation carver and is proud to carry on the legacy of his grandfather. He enjoys carving and uses his artistic skills to interpret the legends of his people in his masks, rattles and paintings. He has also developed well as a dancer.

Chief of the Undersea world, Komokwa, by Greg Henderson

Chief of the Undersea world, Komokwa, by Greg Henderson

Komokwa Mask with sea Lions, whales and frog, by Greg Henderson from the Wei Wai Kum First Nation
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3D Raven Sculpture, red cedar, masterpiece by Greg Henderson - SOLD

3D Raven Sculpture, red cedar, masterpiece by Greg Henderson - SOLD

3D Large Raven sculpture by Greg Henderson from the Wei Wai Kum Nation (Kwakiutl) - a masterpiece!

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Raven sculpture, yellow cedar, by Greg Henderson - SOLD

Raven sculpture, yellow cedar, by Greg Henderson - SOLD

Raven sculpture, incredible piece by Wei Wai Kum artist Greg Henderson

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