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We are a small family owned and operated business who has been doing artwork for over 20 years. We were both born and raised in Alaska. Peter Lind Jr. is of Aleut/Alutiiq decent, born in Dillingham. Susan Lind is of Alutiiq decent, born in Kodiak.
Each piece of ivory jewelry is cut by Peter and beaded by Susan, to create the beautiful pieces of elegance that are presented to you. All carvings are also created by Peter.
_Places Artwork are on Display:
Bristol Bay Native Corp, Old Harbor Corp, and several other native corporations.
The Valdez Ferry terminal has a "Spirit Hunter" that was purchased by The State of Alaska for display. The Valdez Museum has purchased a Bentwood Visor.
Homewood Suites in Anchorage has Shadow boxes on display. There are also other museums and private collectors that have purchase pieces.
For the summer of 2012 one of the dolls were on display at the Tacoma Museum for three months for the "In the Spirit" exhibit.
During the 2012 Alaska Federation of Native convention an Alutiiq Hunter in Bidarka was presented to the Governor of Alaska Sean Parnell.
For 2014 the Spirit Loon was juried in and will be on display at the Contemporary Native Arts exhibition at the Washington State History Museum, Tacoma. June 19 - Aug 10.