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Billy Red Tree
Billy’s roots in wood working run deep. They begin with his great grandfather, who owned a mill in North Western Florida. Growing up, Billy’s uncle had wood working tools and a shop in his house. The memories of watching his great grandfather build a wagon wheel and his uncle create something out of nothing but a block of wood sparked his imagination and fueled his love of working with his hands. A self-taught wood turner, Billy is inspired by and incorporates many traditional Creek vessels and designs into his unique turnings.
Like his ancestors, Billy is registered with the Lower Muskogee Creeks and a member of the Earth Clan. He is known by tribal members as Billy Red Tree, or Billy Cate Eto (pronounced bill-ee chah-dee ee-doh) and recognized for his highly skilled work with Red Cedar wood.
Billy resides and works in Central Florida and is a member of the Indian Arts and Crafts Association, Space Coast WoodTurners, and The American Association of Woodturners. To see more of Bill's work, visit www.studiowoodworks.com.