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Posted on July 3, 2014 by Anna · Full size is 900 × 600 pixels

“Carving gives a frame for some of our cultural values to come forward,” Kristina Cranston explained.  Kristina is an apprentice in Tommy’s shop and believes carving brings people together and provides a sense of community and commitment for students and local people.  The orca tooth necklace Kristina wears was a Valentine’s Day gift from Tommy.

“Carving gives a frame for some of our cultural values to come forward,” Kristina Cranston explained. Kristina is an apprentice in Tommy’s shop and believes carving brings people together and provides a sense of community and commitment for students and local people. The orca tooth necklace Kristina wears was a Valentine’s Day gift from Tommy.

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