Nokomis

Collection by Barbara Bartholomew

18 
Pins
A self portrait of Nokomis. One of our great Canadian Native Indian Artists' Native American Artwork, Native American Artists, Claudia Tremblay, Tattoo Project, Canadian Art, Indigenous Art, Native Art, Native Indian, 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. Mohawk People, Selling Eggs, Woodlands School, Farm Women, Aboriginal People, Native American Women, Indigenous Art, My Heritage, Native Art

Picking berries to sell at the train station.

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

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.

Nokomis painting of three Ojibwa women picking blueberries in August. Hero's Journey, 5 Image, Indigenous Art, Native Art, Nativity, North America, Native American, Photo Galleries, Culture

Ojibwa Food and Farming Methods

jibwa Food, Farming and Harvesting Methods

An Ojibwa elder & artist comments on Canadian native art, & she interprets the native legends & Indian myths that source work by Ojibwa artists Norval Morrisseau & Daphne Odjig Legends And Myths, Aboriginal Artists, Art Courses, All Nature, Art Programs, Indigenous Art, Native Art, First Nations, Nativity

Canadian Native Art - a Cultural Perspective by an Ojibwa Artist

An Ojibwa elder & artist comments on Canadian native art, & she interprets the native legends & Indian myths that source work by Ojibwa artists Norval Morrisseau & Daphne Odjig

New Boots - a painting by the Ojibwa artist Nokomis available as a card or matted print from Native Art in Canada. New Boots - a Matted print by Nokomis Image Size: x Mat Size: x Twenty dollars Woodlands School, Powwow Regalia, Pow Wow, My Heritage, Native Art, First Nations, Nativity, Native American, Whimsical

New Boots

"New Boots" were an annual event for the older kids but the younger ones got hand-me-downs.

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

Canadian Native Art - from prehistory to present day. Native Style, Native Art, Indigenous Art, Prehistory, Present Day, Smurfs, Nativity, Native American, Disney Characters

Canadian Native Art - from prehistory to present day

Canadian Native Art - A brief historical overview

A painting of native artist Nokomis going to the dentist by canoe. Native American Women, Native Art, Nativity, Disney Characters, Fictional Characters, Arts And Crafts, Watercolor, Canoeing, Crafty

"Going to the Dentist" is a painting by the Ojibwa artist Nokomis.

"Going to the Dentist" is a painting by Nokomis telling about her first trip to the dentist.

An Ojibwa elder & artist comments on Canadian native art, & she interprets the native legends & Indian myths that source work by Ojibwa artists Norval Morrisseau & Daphne Odjig Legends And Myths, Aboriginal Artists, Art Courses, All Nature, Art Programs, Indigenous Art, Native Art, First Nations, Nativity

Canadian Native Art - a Cultural Perspective by an Ojibwa Artist

An Ojibwa elder & artist comments on Canadian native art, & she interprets the native legends & Indian myths that source work by Ojibwa artists Norval Morrisseau & Daphne Odjig