University Library’s Native American art installation to reflect Blackfoot heritage in surroundings | UNews

University Library’s Native American art installation to reflect Blackfoot heritage in surroundings | UNews

Bingo Ladies by Jim Logan - Contemporary Canadian Native, Inuit & Aboriginal Art - Bearclaw Gallery

Bingo Ladies by Jim Logan - Contemporary Canadian Native, Inuit & Aboriginal Art - Bearclaw Gallery

She Loves To Dance by Jim Logan - Contemporary Canadian Native, Inuit & Aboriginal Art - Bearclaw Gallery

She Loves To Dance by Jim Logan - Contemporary Canadian Native, Inuit & Aboriginal Art - Bearclaw Gallery

"The Branch of Life"   by Ojibway First Nations Native Artist Norval Morrisseau (Canadian Aboriginal Artist)

"The Branch of Life" by Ojibway First Nations Native Artist Norval Morrisseau (Canadian Aboriginal Artist)

Before the Snag (1997) [framed] by Robert Davidson, Haida artist (RD1997-02) "Is it possible to create Haida Art without formlines? I had a dream where a beautiful voice spoke to me saying “you are only limited by what you set out to do.” “Before the Snag” illustrates the loss of Raven’s beak in his encounter with the Blind Halibut Fisherman."

Before the Snag (1997) [framed] by Robert Davidson, Haida artist (RD1997-02) "Is it possible to create Haida Art without formlines? I had a dream where a beautiful voice spoke to me saying “you are only limited by what you set out to do.” “Before the Snag” illustrates the loss of Raven’s beak in his encounter with the Blind Halibut Fisherman."

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