Saturday, December 1, 2007

"Shaman Artist" - Santa Fe, New Mexico

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Culled from the National Gallery of Canada and from public and private collections across Canada, densely colored paintings and drawings inspired by early traditional pictographs and painted birchbark scrolls by Aboriginal Canadian artist Norval Morrisseau, founder of the Anishnaabe School, was exibited at the Institute of American Indian Arts Museum (June 15-Sept. 3, 2007).

/The painting on a poster in this posting is an authentic work of © Norval Morrisseau - "Shaman Rider", 40"x63" (1972) can be found on page 88 in "The Art of Norval Morrisseau" /Sinclair, Lister, Jack Pollock, and Norval Morrisseau/ -Toronto, Ontario: Methuen, 1979./

1 comment:

friends of Morrisseau said...

It's worth noting that the Santa Fe exhibition was proudly sponsored by Morrisseau's principal dealer for eighteen years, Kinsman Robinson Galleries located at 108 Cumberland Street in Toronto. You'll find one of the largest murals Morrisseau ever painted on display on the 2nd floor.