Prince Rupert, BC
Ron Sebastian was born in 1945 on a fishpacker that was taking his mother from Carlisle to Prince Rupert, on the British Columbia Coast. Ron was raised in the Wet'suwet'en village of Hagwilget, where he also lives and works today with his wife, Tracy, and their five children. He is best known for his jewelry and prints. In 1977, Ron carved three murals with Earl Muldon in the main foyer of the Department of Indian and Northern Affairs Building in Hull, Quebec. Since June 1990, Ron and Tracey have managed in their home a giftshop that features Ron's artwork. In 1995, Ron carved two doors for the Tourism Centre on Victoria Street in Prince George, BC.