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T. Hill Loon Stone7583C

T. Hill Loon Stone7583C

SKU: 7583C

2 inches high x 7.5 inches wide x 3 inches long


Teyo Hill - Mohawk

Teyo hails from Ohsweken Ontario, Canada and has been carving since 2006. She represents one of a very small number of female Haudenosaunee stone carvers. She is enamored by the extractive nature of stone, despite its irreversibility. The subjects of Teyo’s work include the Mohawk clan animals (bear, wolf, and turtle) and singular more abstract pieces that center around Indigenous women and the challenges they face. Teyo holds degrees in Native Studies from Trent University (Peterborough, Ontario) and in Art Foundations from White Mountain Academy of the Arts (Elliot Lake, Ontario). In addition to her work in soapstone, she expresses in painting, printmaking, and fashion design.
She is active as a traditional singer, with a focus on Haudenosaunee social songs. Teyo’s work is in private collections across New York, the Great Lakes Region, and Canada. Her work is in the public collections of the Art Gallery of Ontario and the Royal Ontario Museum (Toronto, Ontario).

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