Nokomis (Ojibwe)

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A self portrait of Nokomis. One of our great Canadian Native Indian Artists' Native American Artwork, Native American Artists, Native Indian, Native Art, Claudia Tremblay, Tattoo Project, Canadian Art, Indigenous Art, Art Of Living

The Creation of Turtle Island - the Ojibwa version.

The Ojibwa story of the Creation of Turtle Island

Nice Cup of Tea - a painting by Ojibwa artist Nokomis available as a card or matted print from Native Art in Canada. Woodlands School, Woodland Art, Native American Artists, Cool Art, Awesome Art, Fun Cup, Indigenous Art, Art Themes, Aboriginal Art

"Nice Cup of Tea" is a painting by the Ojibwa artist Nokomis.

"Nice Cup of Tea" is a painting by Nokomis about two Ojibwa elders stopping for a cup of tea on the trail home.

Picking Berries - a painting by Ojibwa artist Nokomis available as a card or print from Native Art in Canada. Aboriginal People, Aboriginal Art, Mohawk People, Selling Eggs, Woodlands School, Farm Women, Native American Women, Indigenous Art, My Heritage

Picking berries to sell at the train station.

Picking berries to sell at the train station was like selling eggs for farm women.

In a snit is a painting by the Ojibwa artist Nokomis - avaiable as a print or note card at Native Art in Canada. Woodland Art, Nativity Crafts, Native American Artists, Fun Cup, Indigenous Art, My Heritage, Native Art, First Nations, Real People

In a snit is a painting by the Ojibwa artist Nokomis - avaiable as a print or note card at Native Art in Canada.

Father and son hauling heavy loads, Nokomis Native American Artists, Native American Beadwork, American Indians, Spiritual Beliefs, Native Art, Western Art, Father And Son, Real People, Storytelling

Nokomis - an Ojibwa artist and storyteller

Nokomis is an Ojibwa elder who paints memories of her life in the bush and tells stories of those times.

by Ojibwa Native Artist and Storyteller -Nokomis Woodland Art, Indigenous Art, Native Art, Teaching Art, Real People, Storytelling, Nativity, Arts And Crafts, History

Nokomis - an Ojibwa artist and storyteller

Nokomis is an Ojibwa elder who paints memories of her life in the bush and tells stories of those times.

"Visiting Friends" is a painting by Nokomis about counteracting loneliiness in the bush north of Lake Superior. Woodland Art, Living Off The Land, Distinguish Between, Native American Women, Lake Superior, Native Art, First Nations, Real People, Smurfs

"Visiting Friends" is a painting by the ojibwa artist Nokomis

"Visiting Friends" is a painting by Nokomis about counteracting loneliiness in the bush north of Lake Superior.

Nokomis painting representing circle of life underwater. Canadian Painters, Canadian Artists, Aboriginal People, Aboriginal Art, Canadian People, Woodland Art, Medicine Wheel, Indigenous Art, Art Themes

Woodland art in the Canadian context of Canadian native art.

Woodland art in Canada is sourced from prehistoric native imagery.

Nokomis painting - Everyone Helped Carry the Canoe Canoes, Kayaks, Mohawk People, Aboriginal People, American Revolutionary War, Distinguish Between, Native Art, First Nations, Real People

Ojibwa canoes opened up this continent.

Ojibwa canoes were light, very durable and esily made by an experience builder.

Tikinogan - a painting by native artist Nokomis. Aboriginal Artists, Aboriginal People, Native Style, Native Art, Mohawk People, Black Indians, Native American Artists, Indigenous Art, Prehistory

Canadian Native Art - from prehistory to present day

Canadian Native Art - A brief historical overview