Little La Cloche
‘Little La Cloche‘ Mishmountain by First Nations Ojibwe artist James Simon Mishibinijima – Original Woodland Art style painting presented by DaVic Gallery of Native Canadian Arts
Condition: No condition to report.
Description by Artist: Mishmountain “Little La Cloche” – “This area or island called Goat Island was a sacred burial ground only to bury Chief and medicine men in the past. Between 1900 and 1945 non-native people found this sacred site and took regalia such as medicine bags, chief regalia found their way to the UK some housed in museums and art collections.” – James Mishibinijima
Notes from DaVic Gallery: Earth is alive, mountains are alive and anthropomorphized. Mountains lay and sleep while accumulating and safekeeping stories, legends, experiences and they are forever keepers of all these secrets and knowledge. Only the few see, only the few willing to see and receive the teachings. Seven are teachings, four are the roots growing. Truly deep and evocating painting by James Mishibinijima presenting to the world deep knowledge that the earth holds.
Tags: First Nations Art collectors; First Nations Art; Indigenous Art; Native Art; Woodland Art, Ojibwe Art, Anishinaabe Art
Related: Sacred Ground, Tree of Life, Understandings, Black Stone, Blueberry Hill, Dreamer’s Cove, Dreamer’s Rock, Fisher Harbour, Logan Bay, Wolf Creek, Little Squaw, Philip Edward Island
References: Native Art In Canada, Anishinaabeg Bimaadiziwin, Native Art In Canada