Cyril Henry

Onondaga

Cyril has been carving & creating art since the age of 11 years old. He learned to carve by watching his mother, Eunice Henry & his father, Vince Bomberry who is a renowned carver with artworks in many leading museums & institutions around the world.

Cyril’s work has been recognised as highly collectible & is represented by several of Canada’s leading art galleries across the country & in the United States. His unrelenting attention to finish, form & detail has raised Cyril’s profile to the top of the Iroquois art sector.

In the summer of 2018 Cyril’s work was featured in a 6 week art show/event hosted by the Gibson Arts & Cultural Centre. Inclusion is juried, which is a high honour of recognition to his level of talent.