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Heather Cook Featured in "On The Bay" fall issue

Canadian Art Heather Cook On The Bay Original Art

Heather Cook Featured in "On The Bay" fall issue

http://onthebaymagazine.com/into-the-wild/  

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New work soon to Arrive: Norval Morrisseau

Canadian Art First Nations New Addition Norval Morrisseau Original Art Shaman Thunderbird

New work soon to Arrive: Norval Morrisseau

"Shaman's Visit" First Nations Art captured me as a small child. Apparently as a toddler I had a substantial enough temper that my Grandfather gave my parents the 1961 stone cut print by Mikkikak entitled "Little Devil" to hang in my bedroom. The matching Thunderbird sculptures on my grandparent's mantle watched over my childhood. Beautiful ebony with subdued colours on their heads and wings. Unspoken, the Thunderbirds were sacred. They held power. An undeniable force. The triggers of intellectual and spiritual connected, creating sparks. Those sculptures still create sparks for me decades on. After a long search for the right...

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Art Canada Institute's Canadian Online Art Book Project

Art History Books Digital

Art Canada Institute's Canadian Online Art Book Project

Art Canada Institute (ACI) is a great place to visit to find out more about Canadian artists you may know and Canadian artists you may not. Since 2013, ACI's Canadian Online Art Book Project features free to download digital books written by art experts covering key artists that have contributed to Canada's art history and culture.

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Presenting Heather Cook

Presenting Heather Cook

We are thrilled to announce the addition of Heather Cook to the collections offered for sale. Heather Cook's work is in high demand. We will be providing her work for sale as well as opening the door for commissions from this talented artist.  

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A Gallery for the World

A Gallery for the World

//canadianart.store is a gallery featuring a variety of art created in Canada made available to the world. We showcase classic and contemporay art that we feel has a respected place in the world art community.

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