Corey Boon is a multi-disciplined artist who uses various media to create wildlife sculptures. Corey has studied at the Ontario College of Art, the Winona School of Professional Photography and Wildlife Carving with Master Carver, the late Robert Ptashnik.
Competing at National Carving Competitions, Corey gained professional status and today his focus is primarily on wild-fowl carving. He has instructed carvers at University and College level in addition ago providing private carving lessons.
Corey's wildlife wood sculptures are permanent works of art, adding interest and value to many art collections. Carvings from his studio can be found in corporate and private collections in Canada, the United States, England, the Netherlands, Brazil, Australia, Germany and Japan.