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What's new on the Native Art in Canada website and what's new in the world of First Nations art across the continent - assuming I'm alert enough to have noticed (grin).
Helping Hands - Bannock and Fry bread have become popular additions to the First nations diet
Continue reading "Helping Hands - Bannock is a popular addition to the Ojibwa diet"
"Camp Here Tonight" shows a mother and her children camping beside their canoe.
Continue reading "Camp Here Tonight is a painting by the Ojibwa artist Nokomis."
Eastern Woodland Indians culture at the time of European contact
Continue reading "The Eastern Woodland Indians Culture in the Northeast"
The second wave of Canadian native artists were encouraged by the Indian Group of Seven
Continue reading "Canadian Native Artists - the second generation after Norval Morrisseau"
The development of Canadian aboriginal art from Norval Morrisseau to the present
Continue reading "Canadian Aboriginal Art - Emerging from the Wilderness"