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LESLIE DAWN, National Visions, National Blindness: Canadian Art and Identities in the 1920s. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2006, 446 p., Index. Norval Morriseau (1932-2007) was an Ojibwa shaman known as Copper Thunderbird. In the Canadia
CopperThunderbird 19.04.2016 0 253

  About Broňa Wingell  (b. 1970, Nove Mesto Nad Vahom, Slovakia)  Broňa’s unique experience in the arts dates from before age 15, although only recently she began to produce paintings. The trigger which sparked her interest was in meeting and pai
LittleMeadow 18.04.2016 0 372

Ritchie Sinclair a.k.a. Stardreamer was the only artistic apprentice of non-Native genealogy to work extensively with Ojibwa Grand Shaman and world-renowned aboriginal artist; the late Norval Morrisseau. Caught between the reverberating values of two cultu
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    After the Beardance Ceremony The MicMichael Canadian Collection – 1997   Norval Morrisseau performed a Beardance Initiation on Sept. 28 1997. It took place on the grounds of the McMichael Canadian Collection in Kleinberg, Ontario. Protege, Ritchie
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This painting was created by Norval Morrisseau and myself in September 1979 and signed by both of us before it was given away as a gift in December 1979. It is an example of the exploratory nature of “Thunderbird School Art”. On multiple occasions members
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