Wayne Hill, a lifelong woodcarver and musician, has carved over 300 totem poles and masks. 

He has been the recipient of many awards including First Prize - 1998 Isle Morada Art Show, Florida and Second Prize - The Best in North America, 1999 Key West Old Island Days, and Lifetime Achievement Award, 1996 from Andy Mitchell, MP, Gravenhurst. 

He has recently completed a collection of totem poles and a massive arch for the "Bass Pro Shop" in the Vaughn Mills Mall, and a totem pole for the City of Orillia featured in the Orillia Opera House. His newly published book, Carve Your Own Totem Pole, has just been released. He also serves on the board of directors for Muskoka Arts & Crafts Inc.

Wayne offers courses in West Coast style totem pole carving.

By Appointment


All artwork on this page is copyrighted by Wayne Hill. 
It may not be copied or reproduced by any means or used without the expressed approval of Wayne Hill.
Photo credit: Bev McMullen.

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