Joe Greene Jr.

bear fishing in stream Iroquois Art Sculpture in soapstone

Born in 1983

Joe Greene Jr. is from the Cayuga (Wolf Clan) Nation. His Cayuga name is Hanadiyahs. He learned to carve when he was 9 years old from his father and grandfather. He has been carving for many years with most of his sculptures going into private collections. Joe is a self confessed fisherman and hunter, which helped him grow his spiritual connection to the land.

Joe Greene carves primarily in caribou antler and soapstone. Each major sculpture takes him from 5 to 6 weeks from concept to completion. The completed carving is then coloured with walnut dye, which he creates from trees on his land.

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