We are honored to have internationally known artist Saul Terry's paintings, sculptures and carvings are on display at the Miyazaki House.
Terry is multi-talented First Nations Stl’atl'Imx artist from the Xwisten Community (Bridge River Band) near Lillooet, B.C. He graduated with honours in sculpture from the Vancouver School of Art (now Emily Carr College of Art & Design) in 1968.
Learn more about Saul Terry:
Artist Saul Terry's cedar doors welcome students to new TRU lecture theatre - Read the news article here.
"If artists are geographers who take on a responsibility to understand and organize their place in the world, then it becomes evident why Terry has chosen his particular path as a freedom fighter for his people. As a person, Saul Terry is congenial, warm and humorous to everyone around him, even to those who are oblivious to the history and the continued injustices that native people endure." From Saul Terry - By Chisel and Mold
Union of BC Indian Chiefs Biography of Saul Terry
Lillooet’s Historic 19th Century Heritage Home