'Strugeon Clan' '79 A/P (Artist Proof) Jackson Beardy Serigraph"Sturgeon Clan" - 22.5" x 31" Woodlands aboriginal art Jackson Beardy was a member of the "Indian group of seven". Beardy's work is categorized as being part of the New Woodland School, a style of art characterized by its use of black outlining, blocks of pure, undiluted color and x-ray views. Beardy drew inspiration from much of is artwork from the stories of his people, translating myths and legends from the oral traditio..
"Jacqueline "Jackie" Traverse was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She is Ojibway from the Lake St. Martin First Nation. Jackie began drawing as a child and was inspired from a field trip to the Wahsa Gallery when she was 13 years old. It wasn't until she was 32 years old that she decided to submit a portfolio of her works to the University of Manitoba where she studied Fine Arts and graduated with a diploma in May of 2009. Jackie's achievements include two stop motion hand-drawn animation short..
SPECIFICATIONS Style: Native Art Width (Inches): 24" Height (Inches): 18" Framed/Unframed: Framed "Untitled" original 24" x 18" acrylic on paper by Roy Pahpasay Very unique piece from 1989. Unfortunately there's no much information on the artist. He was born in 1959 and passed away in 2001. Is native name was "Red Standing Hawk". ..
Original artwork "Untitled 2 Eagles" 2007 Acrylic on canvas by renowned Manitoba First Nations artist Kurt Flett. 24" x 30" canvas and 27.5" x 33.5" framed. The eagle represents closeness to the Creator and it's symbol of strength and hope. "Born in 1956, and raised at Garden Hill, Manitoba, he began drawing around age 11 and was influenced by such artists as Jackson Beardy and Stanley Monias. He worked as a teacher for ten years before pursuing a full-time artistic career in 1986..