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All prints are Limited Edition and come signed and numbered by the artist. They are mounted on a styrofoam card and shrink-wrapped. They include a Certificate of Authenticity.

     

Morrisseau Originals

Leland Bell
 

 
 
 

Destiny
$200.00
image size 12" x 16"
paper size 15" x 20"
Ltd. Editon of 150 serigraph

Existense
$200.00
image size 12" x 16"
paper size 15" x 20"
Ltd. Edition of 150 serigraph

 
 

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An Ojibwa-Odawa, Bell prefers to identify himself as an Anishanabe, An Ojibwa word for North America meaning literally "from whence man was lowered". Leland has been painting professionally since 1976 and in addition to his painting devotes much of his energy to creative writing and music. He has collaborated often with Shirley Chee Choo and her partner Blake Debassige on writing music for Shirley's film projects.
 

Forest Gift
$150.00
image size 9" x 12"
paper size 11" x 14"
Ltd. Editon of 150 serigraph

Being Together
$150.00
image size 9" x 12"
paper size 11" x 14"
Ltd. Editon of 150 serigraph

 
 

 

 

 

Roy Thomas

At an early age Roy was able to see the stories his grandparents told him. Inspired by  other artists in the Woodlands style, including Norval Morrisseau, and counseled by elders in the area, Roy Thomas painted the visions of his people. Roy passed away in 2004 after a courageous battle with cancer.
 

Spiritual Beings
$400.00
22" x 19"
image size 17 1/2" x 15"
serigraph / 150

Third Generation
$400.00
22" x 19"
image size 17 1/2" x 15"
serigraph / 150

 

 

 

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Brian Marion

In 1975, Brian Marion began a nine year apprenticeship with Norval Morrisseau, considered to be the Father of the Canadian Woodland Aboriginal style of art. According to Morrrisseau, "during those years of training, Brian learned both the spiritualism of the Ojibway culture and the techniques of Shaman art."
Born in 1960 in Kamsack, Saskatchewan, Brian grew up amongst the Saulteaux and Cree of the Prairies and the Ojibway people of Northwestern Ontario.

 
 

Buffalo Child
$200.00

22" x 24"
serigraph / 150

Thunder Child
$200.00

22" x 24"
serigraph / 150

 
 

 

 

 

Nokomis

I paint life in the bush north of Lake Superior as it was almost sixty years ago. Because I view the world through female eyes, most often my imagery reflects the lives of women and children going about their day to day routines.

 

A Stop for Berries
$160.00
19 1/2" x 25"
Lithograph / 250

Night Team
$160.00
23" x 27"
Lithograph / 250

Here We Are!
$85.00
paper size 9" x 12"
image size 7 1/4" x 10
Lithograph / 500

My message isn't very complex either:
It's simply that you've had your life and I've had mine and it's really only been the props that have been different."
NOKOMIS

 

 

 

more from Nokomis

 

Berries in August
$85.00
paper size 9.5" x 12.5"
image size 7.5" x 9.25"
Lithograph / 500

Need a Rest
$85.00
paper size 10" x 11.5"
image size 7.5" x 9.5
Lithograph / 500

Fading Day
$85.00
paper size 9.5" x 11.5"
image size 7.5" x 9.25
Lithograph / 500

 

 

 

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Robert Kakegamic

 
 

Cocooc-oho 1
$165.00
20" x 15"
serigraph / 150

Cocooc-oho 2
$165.00
20" x 15"
serigraph / 150

 
 

 

 

 
Robert has lived all his life in Sandy Lake, Ontario, a Swampy Cree (Ojibway) First Nation community. He continues the Woodland Aboriginal tradition started by Norval Morrisseau, his cousin the late Carl Ray, and brothers Joachim and Goyce Kakegamic. His depiction of wildlife inhabiting his area of the universe is vividly monochromatic and his signature huge yellow eyes readily identify his work. Robert also brings an imaginative, but clear cut imagery to his paintings of the life of his people.

 

 

Papasay
$165.00
22" x 15"
serigraph / 150

Growing Up
$165.00
22" x 15"
serigraph / 150

 
 

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Cyril Assiniboine

 


To the Beat of the Drum
18" x 15"
photo lithograph /500
$95.00


Southern Style
12" x 15"
photo lithograph /500
$80.00


Dog Soldier
15" x 18"
photo lithograph /500
$95.00


 

 

 

 

 

 
 



 

Complete set of 3 Limited Edition Prints by Cyril Assiniboine - Special Price of $200.00 for all 3 prints! Buy all 3 and save $20!
Each one is a Limited Edition of 500 and is Photo Lithograph

 

 


Norval
Morrisseau


photo by Louie Palu

We are pleased to offer the following original works of Norval Morrisseau. They are acrylic on canvas (on wood frame). They are both titled and signed on the back and they both include the thumbprint of Morrisseau, to guarantee authenticity.
 

 

Norval Morriseau was arguably the most important artist, native or otherwise, that Canada has ever produced. He was also one of Canada's most internationally known artists.

Morriseau was the first to paint his people's cultural heritage, faithfully handed down by oral tradition. As a result of his work, the Woodland Indian school of art evolved. He was the sole originator of the style. Norval was the first Native artist in the United States as well as Canada to paint in that unique style. Morrisseau was appointed Grand Shaman of the Ojibwa in 1986 and awarded the eagle feather at the Assembly of First Nations in 1995. He passed away in December 2007.

 

Communication



40" x 20"
Acrylic on Canvas

Acrylic on Canvas
Title and Signature on back as well as Thumbprint

SOLD

includes shipping and insurance to North American destinations

Shaman and Thunderbird Clan

30" x 30"
Acrylic on Canvas

Title and Signature on back as well as Thumbprint
SOLD
includes shipping and insurance to North American destinations

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

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