Jerry and Diane Kennedy

Jerry and Diane Kennedy have been carving cedar to make their Northwest Coast Native art since the 1970s. Together they create original paddles, masks, and traditional halibut hooks. They use the cedar wood from their home near Juneau, Alaska. Their fine craftsmanship is reflected in their work with deep carving and inlays of abalone shell from Alaska. Diane is of Tlingit heritage and was born in Petersburg, Alaska. Tatlaat is her Tlingit name meaning ‘Many Suns’. Jerry was born in Juneau, Alaska.

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