A peaceful afternoon surrounded by the beauties of youth and nature’s creatures and colours... “we are the children of the earth”.
A peaceful afternoon surrounded by the beauties of youth and nature’s creatures and colours… “we are the children of the earth”.
|Dimensions||5 x 7 in|
The Mother Earth
A peaceful afternoon surrounded by the beauties of youth and nature’s creatures and
colours… “we are the children of the earth”.
Norval Morrisseau was born in Fort William, Ontario (now Thunder Bay) on March 14, 1931 into the Ojibway Nation. Morrisseau became a legend in his own time where he accomplished achievements including:
- Founder of the Woodland School of Art
- Received the Order of Canada in 1978
- Received an honorary doctorate from both McGill and McMaster University
- Had major exhibitions in Canada, United States, Germany, and France
- Has been called “the Picasso of First Nations artists”.
Norval Morriseau works capture colourful figurative images that are delineated with heavy black lines and X-Ray images. His work is signed with the syllabic spelling of “Copper Thunderbird”, the name bestowed upon Norval Morrisseau by his Ojibway grandfather.
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The young Shaman seeks to learn of tribal knowledge as he prepares for adulthood.
Reflects a time in one’s youth when there was the simple thing of sharing and enjoying of the bounties of nature.
An interdependence of all earth’s creatures, the life of the sea, the land and the sky are all connected.