Hunt, Trevor

Hunt, Trevor

Trevor Hunt was born in 1975. He is a member of the great Hunt Family of Fort Rupert on Vancouver Island, BC. Trevor comes from a long line of hereditary carvers and artists that have been instrumental in the survival of the Kwaguilth art form. His father is Stan Hunt, his grandfather was Henry Hunt sr. and his great-grandfather was Mungo Martin.

He began carving in 1997 under the tutelage of his father Stanley and his brother Jason. His teachers also include Tim Alfred and David Knox.

In 1994 he was chosen to be published after a nationwide search for extraordinary young artists.

Trevor lives in Fort Rupert, the traditional home of the Kwaguilth people with his wife and 3 children.

36" WHALE Art carving by Trevor Hunt

36" WHALE Art carving by Trevor Hunt

Killer Whale Art carving by Trevor Hunt, Kwagiulth First Nation, 36 inch 

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Ancestral Hands - 3 ft Copper by Trevor Hunt

Ancestral Hands - 3 ft Copper by Trevor Hunt

Copper - Ancestral Hands - by the Kwakiulth First Nation Artist Trevor Hunt

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RAVEN Paddle by Trevor Hunt

RAVEN Paddle by Trevor Hunt

Raven Paddle, yellow cedar by Trevor Hunt

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Beautiful 36" Eagle panel by Trevor Hunt

Beautiful 36" Eagle panel by Trevor Hunt

36" Eagle wall round by Trevor Hunt

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Eagle paddle, 6 ft, by Trevor Hunt, superb painting!!!

Eagle paddle, 6 ft, by Trevor Hunt, superb painting!!!

Eagle paddle by Trevor Hunt, superb quality

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Raven wall panel, cedar, Trevor Hunt

Raven wall panel, cedar, Trevor Hunt

RAVEN wall panel by Trevor Hunt

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Eagle, 36" by Trevor Hunt

Eagle, 36" by Trevor Hunt

Eagle Wall panel 36", by Trevor Hunt

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