Ronald Senungetuk is active/lives in Alaska. Ronald Senungetuk is known for native Inuit figure animal imagery.
Ronald Senungetuk is one of Alaska's best-known native artists, noted for his work primarily in wood and metal. Senungetuk is Inupiaq, born in the village of Wales, on the Seward Peninsula, and he has spent most of his life in Alaska.
Senungetuk attended the School for American Craftsmen at the Rochester Institute of Technology and received more art training in Oslo, Norway, under a Fulbright Fellowship.
His work has been widely exhibited both nationally and internationally. He founded the Native Art Center at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, where he also taught art until his retirement in 1988. He now lives in Homer, where he continues to make and exhibit artwork.
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