Satisfying Arrangements Of Everyday Objects By Emily Blincoe | Bored Panda

Satisfying Arrangements Of Everyday Objects By Emily Blincoe

coolthingoftheday: “Artist and photographer Emily Blincoe creates meticulously arranged collections of objects for her work.

Raven Shapes II by Kenojuak Ashevak, Inuit artist (G20303)

Raven Shapes II by Kenojuak Ashevak, Inuit artist (Eskimo graphic design)

Haida raven and first men - Bill Reid (entrance of UBC Museum of Anthropology in British Columbia (Vancouver)

Haida raven and first men, artist Bill Reid - my fav piece of art in UBC Museum of Anthropology in British Columbia (Vancouver)

Jessie Oonark (Baker Lake, Nunavut) 1906-1985

Things Lulu Likes — gazophylacium: Jessie OOnark - Two Birds

Jessie Oonark, Woman, 1970, Courtesy Winnipeg Art Gallery. See it in the exhibition, “Creation and Transformation: Defining Moments in Inuit Art,” on now thru April 14 at the @Vicki Kerfoot Art Gallery.

See it in the exhibition, “Creation and Transformation: Defining Moments in Inuit Art,” on now thru April 14 at the Smallwood Smallwood Kerfoot Art Gallery.

Alex Janvier fuses indigenous culture with modern European abstraction. Janvier stirs the flavours of Kandinsky and Miro with traditional Dene quill and beadwork, and the pull of sacred lands. --GeeMac

Alex Janvier fuses indigenous culture with modern European abstraction. Janvier stirs the flavours of Kandinsky and Miro with traditional Dene quill and beadwork, and the pull of sacred lands.

Daphne Odjig — "Bad Medicine Woman" Daphne Odjig, an Ojibway artist from the Wikwemikong Reserve in Ontario, was the first indigenous woman artist to have her work recognized, in the 1960s. Works such as "Bad Medicine Woman" draw on themes such as mythology and shamanism, but she gives particular focus to women, and their roles as givers of life.

Daphne Odjig - original works available from Gilmore Gallery of the Arts - Daphne Odjig Four Decades of Prints,

Karoo Ashevak, Figure 1974, whalebone and black stone (?), 41 x 44.2 x 10.5 cm © Public Trustee of Nunavut. Estate of Karoo Ashevak

Karoo Ashevak, Figure whalebone and black stone (?), 41 x x cm © Public Trustee of Nunavut. Estate of Karoo Ashevak

Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun: Unceded Territories

At first glance, Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun's work reflects his Coast Salish and Okanagan heritage. Vibrant colours combine with cultural ref.

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