Canadian museum’s ancient carving is one I made earlier, says local artist

A stone figure found on a beach was probably by a Lekwungen people artefact, the Royal British Columbia Museum said, but Ray Boudreau begged to differ

Early one morning last summer, walkers on a beach in western Canada spotted an oblong stone figure resting on the sand.

Weighing nearly 100kg, it bore a face with exaggerated features – a bulging eye, contorted nose and lips – and was covered in a thin layer of seaweed and algae.

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