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BEN HENRY
Deer Clan - Onondaga Nation

Ben Henry is established as a respected and significant sculptor. He is a man of many accomplishments but his work in soapstone is special. Guardian Eagles, Wampum belts, beautiful Bears bring us images of the Natural World and of tradition. His sculptures and his life reflect beliefs about the role we were intended to play in the web of creation that is life, a role of balance and respect and harmony.



LOREENE HENRY
Turtle Clan - Cayuga Nation

Loreene Henry's images of women and family have a wonderful quiet serenity. That quality comes from within her. Loreene's sculptures are of Mother and daughters, Eagles wings protecting family , Clan Mothers, The Three Sisters - the corn, the beans, and the squash.

Ben and Loreene's work is exhibited in museums, galleries and private collections in Canada, in the U.S.A. and in Europe.

 

 

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