Bill Kilby, a very talented carver and painter, was born on April 6, 1978 in the small town of Sault Ste. Marie Ontario, Canada. His is a member of Batchewana First Nations of Ojibways. Territory located on the north west shores of Lake Superior. He later moved to British Columbia's West Coast, which influenced his art. He is specializing in traditional carved and painted native wood carvings, drum making, solid wood custom furniture design and construction as well as the crafting of high quality cedar and alder boxes. He was obviously born with great talent and began carving when he was very young. He studied and practiced his art within his family which has a long history of traditional native carvers and woodworkers. He credits his aunts, uncles and grandfather for their guidance, knowledge and teachings. He worked with recognized carver Karl Morgan on an 11' Totem Pole which is now erected in the Tsawassen ferry terminal. Bill's art work is very sought after. His pieces can be found in Gallery's in Canada and the United States as well as in private collections around the world.
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