Advanced Classes Taught By
Renowned Seattle Artist Bill Holm
Photos courtesy Ketchikan
February 10, 2004
Tuesday - 1:10 am
Ketchikan, AK - Bill Holm, a Seattle-based expert in Northwest
Coast Native art, recently came to Ketchikan to teach two classes
at the Totem Heritage Center. He taught Advanced Northwest Coast
Design, as well as an advanced carving class in which the students
carved canoe-form feast bowls. 27 students, including some of
Ketchikan's most accomplished carvers, signed up for the classes.
Carvers came from as far away as Vermont and Arizona to participate.
Bill Holm stands next
to a Salmon Trout Head design that
he drew during the Northwest Coast Design class.
Bill Holm gives tips
to Jack Navitsky of Sitka during
the Advanced Northwest Coast Design class.
Nathan Jackson begins
shaping a block of alder to create a carved feast bowl.
Ernie Smeltzer displays
the bowl he worked on in Holm's carving class.
Bill Pfeifer carved
two feast bowls in the carving class.
He and Bill Holm pose with Pfeifer's work.
Pete Richards puts
on the finishing touches as he paints his bowl.
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