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Canadian Art Prints
Canadian Art Prints
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First Nations Limited Edition Collection
Canadian Art Prints First Nations Limited Edition Collection is a signed and numbered Limited Editions of 195 prints. The Benjamin
Chee Chee images are in Limited Editions of 495. Each print includes a certificate of authenticity.
Printed on Fine Art Paper
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Printed on fine art paper, 310gsm (115lbs), water resistant and made from 100% cotton rag
Acid-Free, lignin free and of full archival quality
All Limited Edition prints have an image size of 13 x 16.5” and a paper size of 16 x 20”
Fine art paper is also available matted (20 x 25”) and matted/framed with a black frame (24.625 x 30”)
Printed on Canvas
• Printed on satin poly-cotton with 8 colour resistant inks
• All Limited Edition prints have an image size of 13 x 16.5” rolled canvas has a trim size of 16x20”
• Canvas is also available stretched on non-toxic finger joined hemlock stretcher bars (13 x 16.5”) and stretched with a black floater frame (15 x 18.5”)
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Limited Stock remaining in the edition
Limited Edition Matted
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Limited Edition
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Limited Edition Canvas
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Limited Edition Stretched
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Limited Edition Framed & Matted
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Limited Edition Stretched & Framed
(LECF)
First Nations Limited Edition Collection
First Nations Limited Edition Collection
Eric Parnell
Crane Design I
POD491 LE/LEM/LEF
POD491 LEC/LECM/LECF
Eric Parnell
Hummingbird
POD494 LE/LEM/LEF
POD494 LEC/LECM/LECF
Eric Parnell
Bear Mother & Cubs
POD498 LE/LEM/LEF
POD498 LEC/LECM/LECF
Eric Parnell
Three Watchmen & Beaver House
POD500 LE/LEM/LEF
POD500 LEC/LECM/LECF
Odin Lonning
Hummingbirds
7956 LE/LEM/LEF
7956 LEC/LECM/LECF
Odin Lonning
Killer Whale Pod
7962 LE/LEM/LEF
7962 LEC/LECM/LECF
Odin Lonning
Night Hunter
7963 LE/LEM/LEF
7963 LEC/LECM/LECF
Eric Parnell
Bear
POD765 LE/LEM/LEF
POD765 LEC/LECM/LECF
Eric Parnell
Eagle/Salmon
POD766 LE/LEM/LEF
POD766 LEC/LECM/LECF
Eric Parnell
Kissing Frogs
POD767 LE/LEM/LEF
POD767 LEC/LECM/LECF
Eric Parnell
White Raven
POD768 LE/LEM/LEF
POD768 LEC/LECM/LECF
Charles Silverfox
Hummingbird
POD888 LE/LEM/LEF
POD888 LEC/LECM/LECF
Charles Silverfox
Eagle Head
POD889 LE/LEM/LEF
POD889 LEC/LECM/LECF
Charles Silverfox
Shaman’s Rattler
POD890 LE/LEM/LEF
POD890 LEC/LECM/LECF
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Lon French
Life Cycle
POD824 LE/LEM/LEF
POD824 LEC/LECM/LECF
Lon French
Moon Cycle
POD825 LE/LEM/LEF
POD825 LEC/LECM/LECF
Richard Shorty
Hummingbirds
7658LEF
Matted & Framed
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Ben Houstie
Family I
POD728 LE/LEM/LEF
POD728 LEC/LECM/LECF
Ben Houstie
Inukshuk
POD730 LE/LEM/LEF
POD730 LEC/LECM/LECF
Ben Houstie
Family II
POD731 LE/LEM/LEF
POD731 LEC/LECM/LECF
Ben Houstie
Raven Dancer
POD769 LE/LEM/LEF
POD769 LEC/LECM/LECF
Ben Houstie
Raven That Stole The Light
POD770 LE/LEM/LEF
POD770 LEC/LECM/LECF
Ben Houstie
Salmon
POD775 LE/LEM/LEF
POD775 LEC/LECM/LECF
Ben Houstie
3 Hummingbirds
POD853 LE/LEM/LEF
POD853 LEC/LECM/LECF
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Ben Houstie
Four Hummingbirds
POD726 LE/LEM/LEF
POD726 LEC/LECM/LECF
Richard Shorty
Hummingbirds
7658 LE/LEM/LEF
7658 LEC/LECM/LECF
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Richard Shorty
Eagle and Salmon
7660 LE/LEM/LEF
7660 LEC/LECM/LECF
Richard Shorty
Cycle of Life
7952 LE/LEM/LEF
7952 LEC/LECM/LECF
Limited Edition Print only / Unstretched Canvas = LE / LEC
Limited Edition Print + Matting / Museum Wrap = LEM / LECM
Limited Edition Print + Matting and Framing / Stretched and Framed = LEF / LECF
Richard Shorty
New Life
7969 LE/LEM/LEF
7969 LEC/LECM/LECF
Edition size of 195 *Chee Chee 495
Image size: 13 x 16.5”
Paper size / Canvas size: 16 x 20” / 17x 20.5”
Limited Edition Print only / Unstretched Canvas = LE / LEC
Limited Edition Print + Matting / Museum Wrap = LEM / LECM
Limited Edition Print + Matting and Framing / Stretched and Framed = LEF / LECF
Edition size of 195 *Chee Chee 495
Image size: 13 x 16.5”
Paper size / Canvas size: 16 x 20” / 17x 20.5”
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First Nations Limited Edition Collection
Fred Anderson
Heiltsuk Raven II “The Bond”
POD676 LE/LEM/LEF
POD676 LEC/LECM/LECF
Fred Anderson
Heiltsuk Wolves “The Path I Have Chosen”
POD678 LE/LEM/LEF
POD678 LEC/LECM/LECF
First Nations Limited Edition Collection
Fred Anderson
Serpent and Thunderbird “Change”
POD734 LE/LEM/LEF
POD734 LEC/LECM/LECF
Fred Anderson
Heiltsuk Thunderbird and Killer Whale
POD682 LE/LEM/LEF
POD682 LEC/LECM/LECF
Derek Thomas
Whale
POD550 LE/LEM/LEF
POD550 LEC/LECM/LECF
Derek Thomas
Elements
POD692 LE/LEM/LEF
POD692 LEC/LECM/LECF
Derek Thomas
Hummingbirds
POD549LEF
Matted & Framed
Fred Anderson
Heiltsuk Thunderbird in Motion
POD685 LE/LEM/LEF
POD685 LEC/LECM/LECF
Fred Anderson
Heiltsuk Thunderbird “The Dreamer”
POD684 LE/LEM/LEF
POD684 LEC/LECM/LECF
Fred Anderson
Heiltsuk Eagle “Lift Us Up”
POD673 LE/LEM/LEF
POD673 LEC/LECM/LECF
Derek Thomas
Owl
POD694 LE/LEM/LEF
POD694 LEC/LECM/LECF
Derek Thomas
Wisdom Keeper
POD693 LE/LEM/LEF
POD693 LEC/LECM/LECF
Derek Thomas
Hummingbirds
POD549 LE/LEM/LEF
POD549 LEC/LECM/LECF
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Todd Baker
Raven
POD518 LE/LEM/LEF
POD518 LEC/LECM/LECF
Todd Baker
Raven Releasing The Sun
POD519 LE/LEM/LEF
POD519 LEC/LECM/LECF
Todd Baker
Orca
POD520 LE/LEM/LEF
POD520 LEC/LECM/LECF
Todd Baker
Eagle
POD521 LE/LEM/LEF
POD521 LEC/LECM/LECF
Danny Dennis
Raven Stealing Sun
3038 LE/LEM/LEF
3038 LEC/LECM/LECF
Danny Dennis
Orcas
3041 LE/LEM/LEF
3041 LEC/LECM/LECF
Danny Dennis
Killer Whale
3043 LE/LEM/LEF
3043 LEC/LECM/LECF
Danny Dennis
Salmon
3046 LE/LEM/LEF
3046 LEC/LECM/LECF
Todd Baker
Mother Bear
POD524 LE/LEM/LEF
POD524 LEC/LECM/LECF
John A. Sharkey
Original
POD777 LE/LEM/LEF
POD777 LEC/LECM/LECF
Gerry Sheena
Frog
POD242 LE/LEM/LEF
POD242 LEC/LECM/LECF
Gerry Sheena
Salmon
POD243 LE/LEM/LEF
POD243 LEC/LECM/LECF
Danny Dennis
Eagle
POD598 LE/LEM/LEF
POD598 LEC/LECM/LECF
Danny Dennis
Raven Frog
POD600 LE/LEM/LEF
POD600 LEC/LECM/LECF
Danny Dennis
Raven Moon
POD601 LE/LEM/LEF
POD601 LEC/LECM/LECF
Danny Dennis
Water Spirits
POD603 LE/LEM/LEF
POD603 LEC/LECM/LECF
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Limited Edition Print only / Unstretched Canvas = LE / LEC
Limited Edition Print + Matting / Museum Wrap = LEM / LECM
Limited Edition Print + Matting and Framing / Stretched and Framed = LEF / LECF
Edition size of 195 *Chee Chee 495
Image size: 13 x 16.5”
Paper size / Canvas size: 16 x 20” / 17x 20.5”
Limited Edition Print only / Unstretched Canvas = LE / LEC
Limited Edition Print + Matting / Museum Wrap = LEM / LECM
Limited Edition Print + Matting and Framing / Stretched and Framed = LEF / LECF
Edition size of 195 *Chee Chee 495
Image size: 13 x 16.5”
Paper size / Canvas size: 16 x 20” / 17x 20.5”
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First Nations Limited Edition Collection
First Nations Limited Edition Collection
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Isaac Bignell
Wolf Spirit II
3161 LE/LEM/LEF
3161 LEC/LECM/LECF
Isaac Bignell
First Flight
7740 LE/LEM/LEF
7740 LEC/LECM/LECF
Isaac Bignell
Buffalo Spirit
3162 LE/LEM/LEF
3162 LEC/LECM/LECF
Isaac Bignell
Generations
7741 LE/LEM/LEF
7741 LEC/LECM/LECF
Benjamin Chee Chee
Spring Flight
9572 LE/LEM/LEF
9572 LEC/LECM/LECF
Benjamin Chee Chee
Swallows
9571 LE/LEM/LEF
9571 LEC/LECM/LECF
Benjamin Chee Chee
Friends
9570 LE/LEM/LEF
9570 LEC/LECM/LECF
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Benjamin Chee Chee
Good Morning
9576 LE/LEM/LEF
9576 LEC/LECM/LECF
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Garnet Tobacco
Majestic Hunter
POD753 LE/LEM/LEF
POD753 LEC/LECM/LECF
Garnet Tobacco
Afternoon Prayers
POD648 LE/LEM/LEF
POD648 LEC/LECM/LECF
Garnet Tobacco
Nature’s Gift
POD647 LE/LEM/LEF
POD647 LEC/LECM/LECF
Garnet Tobacco
Freedom
POD646 LE/LEM/LEF
POD646 LEC/LECM/LECF
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Garnet Tobacco
Salmon & Eagle
POD870 LE/LEM/LEF
POD870 LEC/LECM/LECF
Garnet Tobacco
Hummingbird
POD934 LE/LEM/LEF
POD934 LEC/LECM/LECF
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Kurt Flett
Rise Above
POD819 LE/LEM/LEF
POD819 LEC/LECM/LECF
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Benjamin Chee Chee
Autumn Flight
9577 LE/LEM/LEF
9577 LEC/LECM/LECF
Benjamin Chee Chee
Learning
9579 LE/LEM/LEF
9579 LEC/LECM/LECF
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Garnet Tobacco
Mother & Child - Hummingbird
POD935 LE/LEM/LEF
POD935 LEC/LECM/LECF
Clemance Wescoupe
Trust
POD946 LE/LEM/LEF
POD946 LEC/LECM/LECF
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Benjamin Chee Chee
Spring Flight
9572 LECF
Stretched & Framed Canvas
Clemance Wescoupe
Peace & Harmony
POD948 LE/LEM/LEF
POD948 LEC/LECM/LECF
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Clemance Wescoupe
Child’s Mother Spirit
POD947 LE/LEM/LEF
POD947 LEC/LECM/LECF
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Clemance Wescoupe
Morning Spirit
POD949 LE/LEM/LEF
POD949 LEC/LECM/LECF
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Clemance Wescoupe
Silent Prayer
POD950 LE/LEM/LEF
POD950 LEC/LECM/LECF
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Kurt Flett
Vision
POD820 LE/LEM/LEF
POD820 LEC/LECM/LECF
Limited Edition Print only / Unstretched Canvas = LE / LEC
Limited Edition Print + Matting / Museum Wrap = LEM / LECM
Limited Edition Print + Matting and Framing / Stretched and Framed = LEF / LECF
Rick Beaver
Totem Skyline
20002 LE/LEM/LEF
20002 LEC/LECM/LECF
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Edition size of 195 *Chee Chee 495
Image size: 13 x 16.5”
Paper size / Canvas size: 16 x 20” / 17x 20.5”
Rick Beaver
Water Waltz
7974 LE/LEM/LEF
7974 LEC/LECM/LECF
Limited Edition Print only / Unstretched Canvas = LE / LEC
Limited Edition Print + Matting / Museum Wrap = LEM / LECM
Limited Edition Print + Matting and Framing / Stretched and Framed = LEF / LECF
Rick Beaver
Blue Howl
9040 LE/LEM/LEF
9040 LEC/LECM/LECF
Rick Beaver
Eclipse With Wolf Spirit
9044 LE/LEM/LEF
9044 LEC/LECM/LECF
Edition size of 195 *Chee Chee 495
Image size: 13 x 16.5”
Paper size / Canvas size: 16 x 20” / 17x 20.5”
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First Nations Limited Edition Collection
Jim Oskineegish
Father & Son
POD881 LE/LEM/LEF
POD881 LEC/LECM/LECF
Jim Oskineegish
Circle of Strength
POD880 LE/LEM/LEF
POD880 LEC/LECM/LECF
Jim Oskineegish
Balance of Light
POD879 LE/LEM/LEF
POD879 LEC/LECM/LECF
First Nations Limited Edition Collection
Jim Oskineegish
My Brother - My Leader
POD882 LE/LEM/LEF
POD882 LEC/LECM/LECF
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Maxine Noel
Song of the Mountain
POD951 LE/LEM/LEF
POD951 LEC/LECM/LECF
Maxine Noel
People of the Rainbow
POD575 LE/LEM/LEF
POD575 LEC/LECM/LECF
Maxine Noel
Family
POD883 LE/LEM/LEF
POD883 LEC/LECM/LECF
Maxine Noel
Sisters of the Dawn
POD735 LE/LEM/LEF
POD735 LEC/LECM/LECF
Maxine Noel
Courtship Flight
POD739 LE/LEM/LEF
POD739 LEC/LECM/LECF
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Maxine Noel
The Spirit of Winter
POD955 LE/LEM/LEF
POD955 LEC/LECM/LECF
Maxine Noel
Calm Before The Storm
POD953 LE/LEM/LEF
POD953 LEC/LECM/LECF
Maxine Noel
Friends
POD740 LE/LEM/LEF
POD740 LEC/LECM/LECF
Maxine Noel
The Sisterhood
POD952 LE/LEM/LEF
POD952 LEC/LECM/LECF
Maxine Noel
Summer Winds
POD736 LE/LEM/LEF
POD736 LEC/LECM/LECF
Maxine Noel
Trinity
POD884 LE/LEM/LEF
POD884 LEC/LECM/LECF
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Maxine Noel
Earth Spirits
POD954 LE/LEM/LEF
POD954 LEC/LECM/LECF
Maxine Noel
A New Beginning
3021 LE/LEM/LEF
3021 LEC/LECM/LECF
Maxine Noel
Lovers
7839 LE/LEM/LEF
7839 LEC/LECM/LECF
Maxine Noel
The Approaching Storm
20040 LE/LEM/LEF
20040 LEC/LECM/LECF
Kirk Brant
March Waters
POD568 LE/LEM/LEF
POD568 LEC/LECM/LECF
Kirk Brant
Early Morning
POD569 LE/LEM/LEF
POD569 LEC/LECM/LECF
Frank Polson
Giving Thanks
POD886 LE/LEM/LEF
POD886 LEC/LECM/LECF
Frank Polson
Tremolo
POD555 LE/LEM/LEF
POD555 LEC/LECM/LECF
LS
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Maxine Noel
Soul Mates
3027 LE/LEM/LEF
3027 LEC/LECM/LECF
Maxine Noel
Ancient Messages
20016 LE/LEM/LEF
20016 LEC/LECM/LECF
Maxine Noel
Spirit Of The Winds
9468 LE/LEM/LEF
9468 LEC/LECM/LECF
Limited Edition Print only / Unstretched Canvas = LE / LEC
Limited Edition Print + Matting / Museum Wrap = LEM / LECM
Limited Edition Print + Matting and Framing / Stretched and Framed = LEF / LECF
Maxine Noel
Ancestral Pride
POD574 LE/LEM/LEF
POD574 LEC/LECM/LECF
Edition size of 195 *Chee Chee 495
Image size: 13 x 16.5”
Paper size / Canvas size: 16 x 20” / 17x 20.5”
Frank Polson
Turtle Island II
POD552 LE/LEM/LEF
POD552 LEC/LECM/LECF
Frank Polson
Truth
POD554 LE/LEM/LEF
POD554 LEC/LECM/LECF
Limited Edition Print only / Unstretched Canvas = LE / LEC
Limited Edition Print + Matting / Museum Wrap = LEM / LECM
Limited Edition Print + Matting and Framing / Stretched and Framed = LEF / LECF
Frank Polson
Eagle Dancer
POD887 LE/LEM/LEF
POD887 LEC/LECM/LECF
Edition size of 195 *Chee Chee 495
Image size: 13 x 16.5”
Paper size / Canvas size: 16 x 20” / 17x 20.5”
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First Nations Poster And Canvas Collection
First Nations Poster And Canvas Collection
Stretched Canvas
Stretched & Framed Canvas
Dry Mounted & Framed
Dry Mount Frame Options
2 7/8”
C appu cc ino F ra me
You can order images from this collection on paper in a variety of sizes and formats.
2 5/8”
Sizes:
C la s s i c B lac k F ra me
Choose from the sizes indicated under each image.
For use with the rolled poster display # 9948, select 12 x 18” ONLY
Paper Formats:
9945 *12 x 18” ONLY
Counter Top Mat Bin
• Holds 40 shrink wrapped prints
• 9” high x 9” wide
• Flat
• Rolled and sleeved in clear plastic (12 x 18” ONLY)
• Shrinkwrapped with a cardboard backing (12 x 18” ONLY)
• Dry Mounted and Framed in a Classic Black or Cappuccino Brown frame
9960
Multi Product Rack
• Versatile 2-sided wall décor merchandiser.
• Holds approx 60 pieces assorted wall décor
• L 20” x W 40” x H 68”
• 5 adjustable shelves
Floater Frame Options
B lack F ra m e
B r o w n F ra m e
You can order images from this collection on canvas in a variety of sizes and formats.
Sizes:
Choose from the sizes indicated under each image.
Canvas Formats:
• Unstretched canvas
• Stretched canvas
• Stretched and framed canvas
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Satin poly-cotton canvas
UV resistant inks
Water resistant surface
Can be stretched without cracking
Superior colour brilliance
1.25” hemlock stretcher bars
Pre-selected colour borders
Receive any one of our racks or bins at no charge when you order the
stock to fill the display item. For more information regarding our rack
program, please contact your Account Manager at 1-800-663-1166.
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First Nations Poster And Canvas Collection
First Nations Poster And Canvas Collection
30102
Joe Mandur Jr
Eagle Bowl Drum
12 x 18” & 24 x 24”
30016
Joe Mandur Jr.
Hawk with Human Inside
12 x 18” & 24 x 24”
30052
Eric Parnell
Frog & Dragonfly
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30053
Eric Parnell
Eagle & Salmon
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30174
Eric Parnell
Eagle Box Design
18 x 12”
30175
Eric Parnell
Monarch Butterfly
18 x 12”
30050
Eric Parnell
Salmon
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30051
Eric Parnell
Hummingbird
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30180
Charles Silverfox
Beaver - Making Home
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30181
Charles Silverfox
Eagle
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30182
Charles Silverfox
Wolf
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30183
Charles Silverfox
Raven
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30017
Joe Mandur Jr.
Hummingbird
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30018
Joe Mandur Jr.
Frog with a Heart
12 x 18” & 24 x 24”
30020
Joe Mandur Jr.
New Salmon
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30120
Joe Mandur Jr.
Spirit Bear
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30160
Ben Houstie
Seal
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30161
Ben Houstie
King Fisher
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30162
Ben Houstie
Wolf Dancer
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30163
Ben Houstie
Raven Dancer
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30019
Joe Mandur Jr.
Revealing Summer’s Riches
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30115
John Harrington
Magnetic North
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30164
Lon French
Transformer
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30165
Lon French
Trickster
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
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30135
Odin Lonning
Hummingbirds and Butterflies
12 x 18”
30126
Del Russ
Day of the Eagle
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30125
Del Russ
Haida Eagle Dancer
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30170
Fred Anderson
Heiltsuk Sisiuth & Moon - Embraced
12 x 18”
30164 - Transformer
Lon French
18 x 12” - Drymounted & Framed
30173
Fred Anderson
Heiltsuk Clans Sun, Raven, Wolf, Whale,
Eagle - Strength In Numbers
18 x 12”
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First Nations Poster And Canvas Collection
30071
Todd Baker
Snow Goose
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30031
Carl Stromquist
Killer Whale - Love Springs Eternal
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
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30032
Carl Stromquist
Eagle in Flight
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
First Nations Poster And Canvas Collection
30134
Gerry Sheena
Eagle
12 x 18” & 24 x 24”
30072
Todd Baker
Dolphin
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30073
Carl Stromquist
Sisiutl
12 x 18” & 24 x 24”
30074
Carl Stromquist
Brotherhood
12 x 18” & 24 x 24”
30076
Carl Stromquist
Black Bear Box Design
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30077
Carl Stromquist
Raven Stealing the Sun
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30178
Pauline Bull
Purple Hummingbird
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30179
Pauline Bull
Blue Hummingbird & Flower
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30130
Andrew Mark Dexel
Life Giver
12 x 18” & 24 x 24”
30131
Andrew Mark Dexel
Raven for Hazel
12 x 18” & 24 x 24”
30136
Andrew Mark Dexel
Butterfly
12 x 18”
30137
Andrew Mark Dexel
Raven
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30005
Danny Dennis
Heron
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30006
Danny Dennis
Seal
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30007
Danny Dennis
Unity
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30008
Danny Dennis
Raven, Moon, Frog and Mosquitos
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30009
Danny Dennis
Hummingbirds
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30010
Danny Dennis
Hummingbird
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30129
Danny Dennis
The Chase
12 x 18” & 20 x 28”
30124
Keith Tait
Raven
12 x 18” & 24 x 24”
30013
Matt James
Bentwood Butterfly
18 x 12”
30058
Hubert V. Billy
Gone Fishing
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30014
Matt James
Totem Dragonfly
18 x 12”
30059
Hubert V. Billy
Black Beauty
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30015
Matt James
Hummingbird Cameo
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30060
Hubert V. Billy
Wolfy
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30061
Hubert V. Billy
Legacy
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
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First Nations Poster And Canvas Collection
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First Nations Poster And Canvas Collection
30146
Hubert V. Billy
Spirit Bear
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30147
Hubert V. Billy
Hummingbird & Butterflies
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30148
Hubert V. Billy
Tribal Cat
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30149
Hubert V. Billy
The Wolf Pack II
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30033
Jerry Whitehead
Together
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30034
Jerry Whitehead
Always
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30078
Jerry Whitehead
Midnight Dance
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30079
Jerry Whitehead
You Come To Join Us
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30002
Issac Bignell
Wolf Spirit I
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30003
Issac Bignell
Cariboo Spirit
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30004
Issac Bignell
Moonlight Goose
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30062
Garnet Tobacco
Water Guardians
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30105
Jerry Whitehead
Hidden
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30138
Jerry Whitehead
Sparks Fly
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30000
Betty Albert
Evening Star Woman
12 x 18”
30001
Betty Albert
Three Sisters
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30012
Shelly Fletcher
Salmon Run
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30084
Shelly Fletcher
A Lullaby
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30083
Shelly Fletcher
On Eagle’s Wings
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30063
Garnet Tobacco
Sockeye Salmon
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30054
Arnold Isbister
Dancing Loons
18 x 12”
30055
Arnold Isbister
Family of Loons
18 x 12”
30056
Arnold Isbister
The Protectors
18 x 12”
30057
Arnold Isbister
The Shaman
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30039
Betty Albert
Spirit of the Wolf
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30142
Kurt Flett
Going Home
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30040
Betty Albert
Morning Prayer
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30143
Kurt Flett
Friendship
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30041
Betty Albert
February Moon
12 x 18”
30144
Kurt Flett
Sunrise
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30145
Kurt Flett
Communication
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
19
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30150
Ray Baptiste
Resting Kingfisher
12 x 18”
30152
Ray Baptiste
Mallard
12 x 18”
30153
Ray Baptiste
Walking Heron
18 x 12”
30151
Ray Baptiste
Two Owls
18 x 12”
30108
Rick Beaver
Harmony
12 x 18” & 20 x 28”
30114
Rick Beaver
Wintery Traverse
12 x 18” & 20 x 28”
30106
Rick Beaver
An Eagle’s Dream
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30107
Rick Beaver
Swell Surge
18 x 12” & 28 x 20”
30132
Rick Beaver
Harvest Flock
12 x 18” & 20 x 28”
30119
Rick Beaver
Keeping Arctic Time
12 x 18” & 20 x 28”
30133
Rick Beaver
Forest Tattler
12 x 18” & 20 x 28”
30127
Rick Beaver
Dawn Traverse
18 x 12” & 28 x 20”
30118
Rick Beaver
Homage to a Flower
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
20
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30176
Bruce Morrisseau
Family Teaching I
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30177
Bruce Morrisseau
Family Teaching II
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30086
Cecil Youngfox
The Drum Singer
12 x 18”
30157
Jim Oskineegish
Protecting the Young
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30156
Jim Oskineegish
Medicine Man
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30155
Jim Oskineegish
Bountiful Harvest
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30154
Jim Oskineegish
Dreamer’s Flight
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30080
Daniel Pitchegigwaneh
Saga on Pit Lake
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30081
Daniel Pitchegigwaneh
Healing Path
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30082
Daniel Pitchegigwaneh
The Journey
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30037
Cecil Youngfox
Returning Home
18 x 12”
30035
Cecil Youngfox
Winter Walk
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30036
Cecil Youngfox
Joyous Motherhood
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30085
Cecil Youngfox
Joyous Motherhood
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30087
Cecil Youngfox
Winter Mother
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30088
Cecil Youngfox
Family
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
21
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First Nations Poster And Canvas Collection
30028
Maxine Noel
Black Hills Woman
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30022
Maxine Noel
Serendipity
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30043
Maxine Noel
The Guardian of the Monarch
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30024
Maxine Noel
A Mother’s Love
12 x 18”
30065
Kirk Brant
This is Spring
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30066
Kirk Brant
This is Winter
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30109
Dawn Oman
Full Moon
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30140
Dawn Oman
Three Fish
12 x 18” & 28 x 20”
30159
Maxine Noel
Sisters of the Earth
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30047
Maxine Noel
Approach Of Autumn
12 x 18”
30048
Maxine Noel
A New Dawn
12 x 18”
30158
Maxine Noel
Hope
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30121
Dawn Oman
Sky Watchers
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30029
Dawn Oman
Papa Bear
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30128
Dawn Oman
First Winter
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30141
Dawn Oman
Barrenlands
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30025
Maxine Noel
Dream Catcher
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30026
Maxine Noel
Mother & Child
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30027
Maxine Noel
Spirits of the Earth
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30021
Maxine Noel
Spirit of the Plains
18 x 12”
30112
Dawn Oman
Great Catch
18 x 12” & 28 x 20”
30113
Dawn Oman
The Harpoonist
18 x 12” & 28 x 20”
30030
Dawn Oman
Inukshuk I
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30139
Dawn Oman
Riverside
18 x 12” & 28 x 20”
30023
Maxine Noel
Wolf Guardian
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
22
30089
Dorothy Francis
Come On, Let’s Play
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30092
Dorothy Francis
Inuit Boy with Puppies
18 x 12”
23
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Canadian Art Prints - Meet The Artists
Betty Albert
Betty Albert-Licenz was adopted and raised by French Canadian parents in Northern Ontario. She spent time
on Vancouver Island where both of her interests in art and spirituality surfaced. During the next twenty years,
she worked with pen and ink, and improved her artistic techniques.
Circumstances eventually brought her back to her Native American father, discovering her birthright as a Cree.
Betty then began an art business with her father called “Wabimeguil Art Studio”.
30167
Frank Polson
Sunrise Ceremony
12 x 18”
30168
Frank Polson
Sacred Shaman
12 x 18”
30069
Frank Polson
Mother’s Love
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
30070
Frank Polson
Protecting The Birds
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
Fred Anderson Jr.
Fred was born 1966 at Rivers Inlet, BC, a village situated just east of the northern tip of Vancouver Island. Fred
belongs to Heiltsuk/Wuikinuxv Nation Tribe. “Traditional art has always been a part of my life and is now a major
tool in my healing journey. I believe that success and happiness is something you attract by the person you become
along the way. My art is a direct reflection or manifestation of my spirit. All of my designs have a story incorporating
culture with spiritual development; it encourages those to reach deeper and gain more from life.”
Ray Baptiste
30166
Frank Polson
Teaching
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30067
Frank Polson
Turtle Island I
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30068
Frank Polson
Giving Thanks
18 x 12” & 36 x 24”
30169
Frank Polson
The Shaman Thunderbird
18 x 12”
Ray Baptiste was born an Ojibway in Berens River, Manitoba, a northern reserve, and now resides in Vancouver,
BC. He grew up in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and was educated at Kildonan East Regional in Winnipeg, where he
began studying and practicing art.
Ray says “Everyone sees his artwork differently, as he leaves much to your own imagination. This way he feels
you can become part of his experience in the Far North.”
Rick Beaver
Rick Beaver was born in 1948 on the Alderville Indian Reserve on Rice Lake, Southern Ontario. A degree in wildlife
biology is a strong influence on his painting which he began full-time in 1981. His art evokes an emotional response
which harks back to the origin of earth’s people.
30098
Alan Syliboy
Abandoned Woman
18 x 12”
30100
Alan Syliboy
Petroglyph Sperm Whale
18 x 12”
30101
Alan Syliboy
Humpback Swimming with Yellow Bubbles
18 x 12”
30099
Alan Syliboy
Man Smoking a Pipe
12 x 18”
Hubert V. Billy
I was born in 1972 in the heart of British Columbia and spent most of my young life in the beautiful little town
of Spences Bridge and in downtown Vancouver. I first picked up a pencil for my first drawing that hung on Auntie
Bunnie’s fridge when I was eight. I am mostly self-taught with some instruction in high school art classes. I grew up
in a large family with humble beginnings and started my career selling artwork page-by-page from my sketchbook.
Kirk Brant
30094
Amado Peña Jr.
Tesoros en Colores
18 x 12”
24
30095
Amado Peña Jr.
Tres Tejedoras
18 x 12”
30096
Amado Peña Jr.
Mujer con Yeis
12 x 18”
30097
Amado Peña Jr.
Danza de los Bisontes
12 x 18” & 24 x 36”
Kirk Brant was born in Toronto, Canada in 1969. He is a member of the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte, Tyendinaga
Mohawk Territory and currently lives in Ottawa, Canada. Brant creates scenes from his personal life and, as an avid
outdoorsman; much of his life in the bush is captured in his artwork. Hunting and fishing are his favorite subjects
for his art and he uses mixed media elements, which involve tissue paper and acrylic paints in his creations.
Canadian Art Prints - Meet The Artists
Pauline Bull
Pauline Michele Bull is an Interior Salish native, and is a band member of Seton Lake, BC, Lillooet nation. Her
crest follows her father’s clan which is, “Great Blue Heron”. Her mother is from Nakia, which is across the river
from Lytton, BC, the meaning of Lytton is Kumsheen, and her mother’s nation is Nlaka’pamux, which means,
“People of the River”. Her father is from Seton Lake, BC, also known as, “Lh7us” which means, “Coming to Head
of the Lake” in St’át’imc native language.
Canadian Art Prints - Meet The Artists
John Harrington
John Harrington is a Canadian artist who has been painting for more than forty years. His favorite medium
is acrylic on canvas or board; his style can be described as realism and his subjects are based on his life
experiences. Whether it is a couple of chairs sitting on a lakeside dock or a pair of loons swimming in front of a
wall of rock, John tries to evoke a feeling in the observer of being there.
Andrew Mark Dexel
Ben Houstie
A young artist from the Nlakapamux Nation. His painting style mixes graffiti style with Coast Salish design
creating figurative and abstract images that speak to resistance and renewal. His beginnings as a graffiti artist
is central to his style and since his switch from walls to canvas three years ago he has brought this energy from
the streets into his paintings.
Heiltsuk artist Ben Houstie was born in Bella Bella, BC (Waglisla) in 1960. Ben’s works include: original paintings,
limited edition prints, carved cedar rattles and paddles. He has worked with Cheryl Hall, Robert Hall, David Gladstone
and Beau Dick. In 1988, Ben worked under Bill Reid painting several drums of Bill’s designs and 20 paddles for
the Canadian Museum of Civilization in Ottawa. Ben also painted several reconstructed artworks in 2000 for the
Museum of Anthropology’s ‘The Transforming Image’ exhibition, at the University of British Columbia.
Shelly Fletcher
Arnold Isbister
Kurt Flett
Odin Lonning
Shelly Fletcher is a Canadian Aboriginal stone carver, painter, and visual artist, descendant from the Missanabie
Cree First Nation. Her people had long ago settled and lived in a vast expanse between Hudson’s Bay and The
Great Lakes. Born in London Ontario, she studied fine arts at the Nova Scotia College of Arts and Design, Her
work is influenced by her Cree Ancestry, the legends and stories of her people, and the life-ways of Aboriginal
Peoples across Turtle Island.
Kurt Flett is an Oji-Cree (Swampy Cree) from Garden Hill First Nation in the Island Lake region of northern
Manitoba. Born in 1956, and raised at Garden Hill, Manitoba, he began drawing with pencil crayons around age
11 and was influenced by such artists as Jackson Beardy and Stanley Monias.
His work is exhibited across Canada, Europe and the United States, and was strongly influenced by Woodland Cree
artistic traditions. A red sun was a characteristic element of his works.
Arnold attended the International Banff Centre of Fine Arts. In 1975, he enrolled at the University of Saskatchewan
in the Bachelor of Fine Arts program. In his 3rd year, Arnold switched his major to psychology and in his 4th
year, he was employed by the Regional Psychiatric Centre (a federal penitentiary) from 1980 – 1995.
In 1995, he re-established himself as an artist with an updated portfolio and enlightened perspective to his ideology
in art.
Odin Lonning (Tlinkgit name Sh’now Taan) is an award-winning, professional Native artist from Juneau, Alaska. He is
Woosh Ke Taan (Eagle/ Shark) Clan through his Tlingit mother, and he shares the name of his Norwegian father. It was
at the age of ten when he saw his first traditional dance performance, that Odin was first motivated to explore Tlingit
art.
Dorothy Francis
Joe Mandur Jr.
Dorothy Francis was born in Dinsmore, Saskatchewan in 1923. A childhood passion for drawing and painting
developed into a full time career as an artist, whose work is now in demand throughout the world.
She is best known for her portraits of the Inuit people, whom she has studied extensively, to ensure that
details in dress and artifacts are correct. Her compositions radiate a light-hearted happiness and often feature
children.
Joe is an artist experienced with the mediums of stone, wood, metal and paper. He began carving in 1979, as
a novice, working with carvers in the Pacific Northwest of British Columbia. Over the years he learned much,
but there were gaps in his learning. He followed his drive for excellence, saved his earnings, and attended the
Kitanmax School of Northwest Coast Art in Hazelton for three years, graduating in 1997. “Art gives voice to the
conformist and non-conformist in his personality; his intelligence and wit shine through in his pieces.”
Lon French
Bruce Morrisseau
Lon French is a Haida artist who lives in Victoria. He was born in Terrace, BC in 1966 and is from the Old Massett
Village Council on Haida Gwaii and belongs to the Raven Clan. He is a new artist who has been doing his paintings
for just over a year. Within that year he has come a long way and now has over 50 paintings to his name and loves
his work.
Bruce Morrisseau, nephew of renowned painter Norval Morrisseau, was born in 1965 in Beardmore Ontario. He
has been creating and expressing the woodlands style taught to him by his uncle for over 10 years. It is Bruce’s
wish to pass on Ojibway culture and traditions to all people. He feels he can express himself through this style
of art and finds it very healing.
Canadian Art Prints - Meet The Artists
Canadian Art Prints - Meet The Artists
Maxine Noel
Frank Polson
Dawn Oman
Del Russ
Maxine was born in Manitoba of Santee Oglala Sioux parents. She spent her early childhood on her mother’s reserve
but at the age of six she left to attend an Indian residential school. Maxine’s early career as a legal secretary was
soon overshadowed by her preoccupation with painting and drawing. She took a course in advanced design where a
teacher noticed Maxine’s tendency toward linear expression and encouraged her in the use of shape and line to suggest
movement.
Dawn Oman, a Métis artist born in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, is a direct descendant of Chief Snuff, Chief
of the Yellow Knives, one of the signers of the original Treaty 8 with the Government of Canada. After moving
to Vancouver as a teenager, she began seriously applying herself to her art, and in 1995, Dawn moved back to
Yellowknife where she opened her own gallery in 1999. She continues to paint and welcome visitors and collectors
from across Canada and around the world.
A Native North American Algonquin, born in Ville-Marie, Quebec in 1952, Frank Polson is a member of the Long Point
First Nation (Northwestern Quebec). Frank is a self-taught artist who produces works of unique beauty, which is relevant
to today and in accordance with his heritage. He has rekindled his fond memories of many pleasurable and educational
seasons, spent on the trap lines with his father and has tried to capture those wonderful memories on canvas among the
glorious sunsets and the sounds and feelings of the wilderness’ days and nights.
For the past twenty years, Del has been creating Haida artwork. He enjoys teaching others about the meanings that
are central to the beliefs of the Haida Nation. Del’s artistic motivation comes from the teachings of his ancestors;
therefore, his own personal visions and experiences are expressed through his love for painting and carving. Says
the artist, “I create paintings because it helps to free my spirit.”
Jim Oskineegish
Gerry Sheena
Jim Oskineegish is an Ojibwe artist who is a registered member of the Eabametoong First Nation which is located in
northwestern Ontario, Canada. Jim paints in the Shamanistic Woodland Style using bold lines and bright colors. He
loves to paint legends and stories of his people and hopes that his art can bridge a universal understanding of love,
faith, and unity. “I want to promote positive Ahnisnabae culture to the world.”
Gerry Sheena was born April 13th, 1964, in Merritt, BC. He is a member of the Coast Salish Nation and has been
carving since 1990. Growing up, he spent hours watching his brother, Roger Swaikum, carve, and though he’s
mainly self-taught, Gerry has received some guidance from Henry McKay, and renowned Kwakwaka’wakw artist,
Stan Hunt III. Hunt in particular assisted Sheena in refining his detailing, which is reflected by the superb finish
of his current pieces.
Eric Parnell
Richard Shorty
Amado Peña, Jr.
Charles Silverfox
It has been said that his work is the essence of the Southwest, with bold colours, forms and dynamic composition
that capture a vision of people, land, and its art. The drama of Amado’s work is heightened by the intensity of the
hues and the unexpected spatial relationships. Abstractions of the landscape merge with exaggerated human
forms; blankets, and pottery patterns. It’s his intent to pay tribute to the people of the southwest, rich with culture
and beauty.
Charles Silverfox was born in Whitehorse, Yukon. He is of Tlingit northern Tutchone and Irish ancestry. Charles has lived
and worked in British Columbia since 1980. He primarily works in pen and ink creating images using hundreds and
hundreds of little dots by hand – this art form is known as pointillism. Charles received his introduction to this form of
art from his older brother, Mark Preston, (Tenna tsa the) a well known Yukon artist and jeweler. Charles says that his
art is a reflection of his traditional values and his high esteem for all living things in the natural world.
Daniel Pitchegigwaneh
Alan Syliboy
A self-taught Haida artist born in Prince Rupert, BC in 1961, Eric is a member of the Masset Band. His crest
is the Eagle and his family clan is the Frog. While Eric has always been exposed to Haida art, he only started
creating prints and paintings on a regular basis since 2002. Eric cites Bill Reid and Robert Davidson as his primary
influences, and most of his pieces reflect classic Haida design. Eric’s goal as an artist is to “continue to be a small
part of the revival and continuity of our peoples’ traditions.” Eric currently resides in Vancouver.
Born April 3, 1974, Daniel was educated in Europe and speaks several languages. Daniel began to paint Woodland
style in the year 2000 at the age of 26
“In honor to my father, who brought the past to the present, I am taking the present and putting it to the future,
caring for, and holding it for the next generations. My inspiration is from my experience, my dreams, and my people.
I see things for what they are. I paint from the inside... ”
Living in Vancouver, B.C., Richard Shorty has been an artist since 1965. Born in Whitehorse, Yukon, he started his
career with portraits of rock stars, wildlife and scenic realism.
In 1980, with his artistic abilities maturing, he began Native design. His unique style combines elements of traditional
and contemporary design. Richard is a versatile artist having worked on drums, paddles, masks and rattles. His pieces
are collected nationwide.
Alan Syliboy was born and raised on the Millbrook First Nations Reservations in Nova Scotia, and like many
others of his generation, he grew up believing that First Nations artwork was generic; or what you saw on
television and other mass media sources. As a youth, feeling unsure of his talents and his identity, he found
painting painful and difficult. It wasn’t until he met and studied privately with renowned Maliseet Artist, Shirley
Bear, that he found his confidence and began to take his own path.
Canadian Art Prints - Meet The Artists
Derek Thomas
Derek Thomas is a Metis artist who was born in 1982 in Duncan, B.C. Being raised in the Valley surrounded by the
culture of the Coast Salish people he was drawn at a young age not to his Metis heritage, that he was unfamiliar with,
but to the art and culture of his environment. Mostly self-taught, he started carving in 2005, and was inspired to paint
shortly after by his Coast Salish uncle Richard Johnson.
Garnet Tobacco
Canadian Art Prints - Meet The Artists
Chee Chee
Born in Temagami, Ontario, Chee Chee largely taught himself to draw and paint. His father died when he was two months old and he lost
track of his mother. One reason behind his drive for success as a painter was his ambition to be reunited with her.
He was a prominent member of the second generation of Woodland Indian painters, a native art movement that began in the early
nineteen-sixties and has since become one of the important art schools in Canada. Unlike many of his contemporaries, Chee Chee
pursued an economical graphic style, a reduction of line and image more in keeping with mainstream international modern art.
Garnet Tobacco, a Cree artist, was born on February 6th, 1964 in Mouse Lake, Manitoba. The Buffalo is his
family crest symbol. Garnet, a prolific talent, has been painting for over twenty years and occasionally sculpts
in soapstone and wood. He apprenticed under Isaac Bignel. Some of the animals that he loves to paint are those
common to the plains region such as bison, herons, eagles, and hawks, but he also explores the marine world
with his salmon, whales and turtles, as well as some truly delightful works depicting subjects like the butterfly,
hummingbirds and loons.
Danny Dennis
Jerry Whitehead
Carl Stromquist
Cree artist Jerry Whitehead, born in 1957, is from the James Smith First Nation. Jerry received a Bachelor of Arts
in Indian Art, S.I.F.C from the University of Regina in 1983. He also completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the
Nova Scotia College of Arts and Design in Halifax in 1987.
When asked about what inspires his work, Jerry says, “Powwow dancers have been an ongoing theme in my work
since I began painting. Seeing the dancers as a child had a lasting impression...”
Cecil Youngfox
Before his untimely death in 1987 at age 45, Cecil Youngfox had established himself as one of Canada’s leading
native artists, renowned for his vivid, sensitive images of native cultural traditions. Today, hisstrong, imaginative
vision remains as strong as ever, drawing the respect and interest of private and public collectors throughout the
world. Mr. Youngfox was born in 1942 in Blind River, Ontario of Ojibway and Metis parents. Among the many honours
bestowed on him, Mr. Youngfox received the Aboriginal Order of Canada for his work in preserving his native heritage.
Todd Baker
One of Canada’s foremost First Nation artists, Todd Baker is the grandson of the (late) great leader and speaker Chief Khot-la-cha (Chief
Simon Baker) of the Coast Salish tribe of the Squamish Nation located in the beautiful city of Vancouver. With honor and by request, he
began drawing for his tribe in his preteens and had ‘The National Living Treasure’ Bill Reid critique his first instrumental crest design,
and instead of using his thunderbird design as the new logo for the Squamish tribe, he went straight to a limited edition and hasn’t
looked back.
Isaac Bignell
Isaac Bignell was a Cree painter, born in 1958 on the Pas Reserve, 400 miles north of Winnipeg in Manitoba. Isaac moved to Winnipeg, then
to Minneapolis and later to Vancouver.Outside of a few art classes, Isaac was a self-taught painter who developed his own style of sponge
painting, of wildlife images distinguished by flowing lines. “I hoop dance and sing Pow Wows to maintain my cultural heritage”.
A self-taught artist born in Port Essington, B.C., Danny Dennis is one of the rare Northwest Coast artists who produces original paintings. Born
in 1951, Danny began his artistic career in 1978, also working in the mediums of gold, silver and ivory as well as silkscreen prints. Inspired by
master artists Francis Williams and Robert Davidson, Danny has exhibited in Germany as well as many Canadian galleries.
Born in 1969, Carl is of Thompson descent. As well, he has been strongly influenced by Northwest Coast Native traditions and
culture. Carl is deliberate and focused: Deliberate in his desire to paint with excellence, focused in his quest to earn visions
that will generate artwork which honors his Gift of Life and the richness, depth and teachings of the Canadian First Nations.
Being self-taught, Carl has spent time studying the works of renowned Native artisans as well as the timeless truths embodied
in the elders’ stories and legends.
Keith Tait
Keith Tait was born into the Gitsan Nation at Kispiox, British Columbia. He was trained in art and design at the Gitamaax School
of Northwest Art at Ksan Village in Hazelton. Keith Tait’s graphic sensibility is reflected in the bold precision of his artwork. His
designs provide a unique and natural expression of the Northwest Coast traditions of the Bella Coola region.
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