Woodland School Apprentice
‘Woodland School Apprentice’ by Jim Oskineegish – First Nations Woodland Art presented by DaVic Gallery of Native Canadian Arts
Condition: no condition noted.
Description by Artist: This painting is in honor of all the Woodland artists that are out there. It is estimated that there are at least four hundred artists who are continuing in the Woodland style, which was created by Norval Morrisseau, also known as Copper Thunderbird. As a student if the Woodland movement, I am learning and sharing my Anishinaabae culture with the world through my paintings. I hope that with sharing the healing colors and life lessons expressed in my paintings, I am sharing not only my art but a part of my soul. It is an honor to be part of the conveyance of my Anishinaabae art form. – Jim Oskineegish.
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