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Siilavut, Nunavut, by Kenojuak Ashevak, Inuit art from Dorset Fine Arts. Inuit Kunst, Arte Inuit, Inuit Art, Native American Artists, Canadian Artists, First Nations, Claudia Tremblay, Kunst Der Aborigines, Inuit People

Past Exhibitions

Siilavut, Nunavut • Our Environment, Our Land (1999) by Kenojuak Ashevak, Inuit artist (I120903)

CBC's Tragically Hip Broadcast Praised By Canadians And Viewers Worldwide Music Life, My Music, Tragically Hip Lyrics, I Am Canadian, Bar Stuff, Better Music, Old Rock, Canada Eh, Hip Hip

CBC's Tragically Hip Broadcast Praised By Canadians And Viewers Worldwide

Riptide Cover | Amybeth McNulty Perfect People, Pretty People, Gilbert And Anne, Amybeth Mcnulty, Anne Shirley, Big Words, Anne Of Green Gables, Flirting, Famous People

YouTube

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Split Fish by Kenojuak Ashevak Medium: ink, coloured pencil Size: 20 × inches Inuit People, Happy Owl, Inuit Art, Canadian Art, Indigenous Art, Geometric Designs, Colored Pencils, Line Art, Cool Art

Past Exhibitions

Split Fish (2007) by Kenojuak Ashevak, Inuit artist (G110710)

Jackson Beardy, Flock, acrylic on canvas, x cm. Collection of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada. © Estate of Jackson Beardy. Photo credit: Courtesy of Aboriginal Art Centre, Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada Art Gallery Of Alberta, Winnipeg Art Gallery, Native Indian, Native Art, Group Of Seven Art, Kunst Der Aborigines, Aboriginal Artists, Native American Artists, Indian Artist

Exhibitions - MacKenzie Art Gallery

View The MacKenzie Art Gallery's current and upcoming exhibitions and plan your next visit to engage in the transformative world of art.

Carl Ray, Medicine Bear, acrylic on canvas, collection of Sunita D. Doobay - (c) Estate Carl Ray - Photo Credit: Don Hall Native American Artists, Canadian Artists, Kunst Der Aborigines, Native Canadian, Aboriginal Artists, Aboriginal Education, Spirited Art, Indian Artist, Indigenous Art

7: Professional Native Indian Artists Inc.

October 11, 2014 to January 4, 2015 Daphne Odjig, Thunderbird of Courage, 1977, acrylic on canvas, 61 x 50.8 cm. Private Collection. © Daphne Odjig. Photo

Moose Knuckle Canvas Parka w Blue Fur Love Fashion, Womens Fashion, Fashion Mode, Winter Jackets Women, Mantel, Shopping, My Style, Lady, Moose

Shop Winter Jackets, Parkas, Bombers and More | Moose Knuckles

Moose Knuckles is more than just winter jackets. Yes we have coats, bombers, and vests. But we also have attitude! Come shop for yours.

Alex Janvier - member of the Indian Group of Seven Woodlands School, Group Of Seven, Canadian Art, Native Art, Nativity, Modern Art, Disney Characters, Fictional Characters, Artsy

Alex Janvier - member of the Indian Group of Seven

Native Artist Alex Janvier, founding member of the Indian Group of Seven

Joshua Wedzin has watched his father, well-known Tlicho artist James Wedzin, paint the northern landscape. Now the youngster is creating — and selling — his own works of art. Joshua James, Erin Hanson, American Psychological Association, Good News Stories, Canadian Art, Happy Art, 9 Year Olds, Old Art, First Nations

See what this 9-year-old Tlicho boy can paint, inspired by his artist father | CBC News

Joshua Wedzin has watched his father, well-known Tlicho artist James Wedzin, paint the northern landscape. Now the youngster is creating — and selling — his own works of art.

Snowy Owl Manitobah Mukluk in Oak Cindy Crawford, Moccasin Boots, Shoe Boots, Fur Boots, Cowgirl Boots, Beyonce, Ulzzang, Winter Outfits, Leather Craft Tools

Manitobah Mukluks — Snowy Owl

International Production. Local Commitment. Foot Lining: Sheepskin Shearling Height: 13.5" Tall Materials: Cowhide Suede, Rabbit Fur Sole: Tipi Vibram Shaft Circumference: 16" Can something so beautiful also be practical? You bet. Our most iconic mukluk silhouette, the Snowy Owl is ideally adapted to her environment. With a sheepskin-lined footbed and our unique Tipi Vibram sole, she helps you soar gracefully through even the coldest days. From Tuktoyaktuk to downtown Toronto, she’s a…

Bee Kingdom Glass - Village Podcast - Village Brewery in Calgary invests towards amazing art in Calgary, AB, Canada - Great Beer and Great Podcast! Mobile Recording Studio, Audio In, Canadian Art, April 24, Calgary, Brewery, Amazing Art, Investing, Interview

Bee Kingdom Glass - Village Podcast - Village Brewery in Calgary invests 10% towards amazing art in Calgary, AB, Canada - Great Beer and Great Podcast!!!

December can be a dark and cold time of year in Nunavut, but colourful Christmas lights can help to awaken our eyes and our hearts. As in years past, some residents join the effort, as did this Cambridge Bay homeowner above. Note to readers: we will publish our last issue of 2015 on Friday, Dec. 18. Our first issue of 2016 will appear as planned on Jan. 1. Our offices in Iqaluit and Ottawa will be closed for regular business from Dec. 18 to Dec. 27 and re-open for regular business Dec. 28… Jan 1, Canadian Art, Ottawa, Quebec, Arctic, Christmas Lights, Offices, Cambridge, Effort

Nunatsiaq News | Newspaper of record for Nunavut, and the Nunavik territory of Quebec.

Newspaper of record for Nunavut, and the Nunavik territory of Quebec

Steve Biro snapped this photo of a bald eagle at Canadian Raptor Conservancy in Vittoria, Ont. (Submitted by Steve Biro) - Windsor photographer's shot of bald eagle and its reflection goes viral Bald Eagle Images, Eagle Pictures, Photos Rares, Reflection Photos, Glamour Shots, Biro, Birds Of Prey, Wildlife Photography, Photography Series

Canadian photographer's perfectly symmetrical bald eagle picture a viral hit

A Canadian amateur photographer is experiencing sudden worldwide fame after his perfectly symmetrical bald eagle picture became a viral hit.

A couple of Gold Rush-era figures - Dr. Louis Alphonse Paré, who worked in Tagish, and Léa Moreau. There are 21 handmade dolls in all, representing famous Yukon francophones, from the to the present. Canadian Art, Gold Rush, Handmade Dolls, Presents, Teddy Bear, Couple, Stitch, History, Animals

Stitches in time: Handmade dolls portray Yukon's francophone history | CBC News

Members of L'association franco-yukonnaise (AFY) have created a series of hand-made dolls, representing prominent French-speaking Yukoners, from the 19th century to the present.