Ray Toso Anderson was born and raised in Davis County, Utah, where he was surrounded by the rich culture of the Native American people. From a young age, he was fascinated with their ancient tool-making techniques and traditions. His family had several generations steeped in Native American customs, which instilled in him a deep love for their culture.
Ray frequently travelled in search of the many different Native American cultures that are scattered throughout the Great American Southwest. He and his family would encourage each other to collect and conserve Native American artifacts, and through this, Ray learned the traditional Native techniques of weaponry and tool-making.
Despite his passing in 2021, Ray's legacy lives on through his beautiful and intricate creations, which continue to be admired by many. His dedication to preserving and promoting Native American culture through his art is evident in every piece he creates; and he will be remembered through his art for years to come.
Flint-Knapped Obsidian Knives Handles are sourced from drift-wood, cholla cactus skeleton, bone, or antler. The blade is then adhered to the handle using sap and entrails, as a sort of "glue."
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