Our son, Ian, and his wife, Jen spent a year teaching in an Eskimo villiage on Nelson Island in the Bering Sea. While there, they ran into a woman whose picture thay had seen in a 25 year old book. While she was grown, the older picture was of a beautiful young woman with a big smile. Her name was Chuki. The villiage was still living in a traditional way using foods thay gathered. The salmon was a major source of nutrition---an item of great worth.
Chuki is 36" tall, made of a poymer or of bronze. Weight 25 Lbs.
David Wright & Ann Herzog Wright
Wright Fine Art
346 Lincoln St.
Amherst, WI 54406
Local Gallery News
At this point in our careers Ann's work is largely being shown on the main website with a few exceptions. The bigger work is there . Not all of the work is presently listed on ETSY but may be. Those pieces for sale will be so marked and might be linked to the ETSY site. At this juncture the only option for purchase may be to contact us directly. The prices will be reasonable.
The Edgewood Orchard Gallery in Fish Creek Wisconsin handles my (David) work and is open from May until Nov. It has a complete selection of each piece. This is one of the finest galleries in the midwest and is well worth a visit not only because of my artistic endeavors but for the many great works they display. Great owners and staff. The gallery is a real jewel.