Photos: Six months in the making

Tsimshian carver David Boxley, of Metlakatla, explains the formline design on the cedar panels to Sealaska Heritage Institutes' Nobu Koch and Kari Groven, right, as work to install the Tsimshian house front at the Walter Soboleff Center started on Monday. Boxley and his son, David Robert Boxley, left, spent six months carving and painting the panels that will greet visitors to the center.

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