Ronald Curley Stone Sculpture-mohawk -six Nations-1996
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RONALD CURLEY STONE SCULPTURE-MOHAWK -SIX NATIONS-1996
Wonderful Inuit sculpture by RONALD J. CURLEY. It would appear to be a representation of the three sisters.Dimensions: Around 5 inches tall and 6 inches at it's widest. Signed: Ronald J Curley,Mohawk,six nations, 96. Condition: Quite good with some scratches as soap stone often happens to do. Some the pictures appear to be gouges, however they are surface scratches which I think can be buffed out. SHIPPING WITHIN CANADA $15.00 About the artist:
Place of Birth: Six Nations of the Grand River, Ontario.
Ronald is of combined Mahwk and Delaware Nation descent. He spent some time in the US Navy before returning to Canada where he ws an iron worker / welder by trade.
He began his artistic career in 1990 carving in antler. Ron added other media - wood and stone. Bears, eagles and turtles became his favorite subjects.
He resides in Ohsweken [Six Nations of the Grand River] with his wife and children.
1990 Wildlife Weekend '90
1991 Native Sculpture Show
1991 3rd Annual Native Art Show
1992 Legends in Soapstone
1992 Symbols of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy
1992 Artists of the Six Nations
1993-5 Iroquios Art Festival
1993 Celebration of American Indian Heritage
1994 & '95 "Featured Artist"
1997 & 98 Indian Arts & Craft Association Exhibition,
Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Ontario
Many Private Collections