The Moon in My Eye, the Moon in the Sky – SkateboardSkateboard, AcrylicSOLD
Hole in the Sky PanelRed Cedar, Glass
The Chieftain MaskRed Cedar, Acrylic, Cedar Bark, Copper, 23K Gold Leaf, Mother-of-pearl, Rabbit Fur
Kumugwa – The Undersea KingRed Cedar, Yellow Cedar, Horsehair, Acrylic
Chief Rande Cook (K’alapa) was born May 1977 in culture-rich Alert Bay, a small village on the northern tip of Vancouver Island. Surrounded by the beauty of land and art, Rande found the passion of creativity at an early age. With the strong teachings from his grandparents Gus and Florence Matilpi Rande learned the strong values of life and culture. In 2008 Rande inherited his grandfathers chieftainship and now carries the name Makwala, which means moon. Rande is very involved in his culture and has hosted a Potlatch and two feasts for his family and community. Rande is also known for his traditional dancing and singing in Potlatches.