Loon Dance I by Isaac Bignell
About the artist:
Isaac Bignell was a Cree, born in 1958 on the Pas Reserve, 400 miles north of Winnipeg (Manitoba – Canada).
He was a self-taught painter who developed his own style of sponge painting, of wildlife images distinguished by flowing and harmonic lines.
'' My art is strongly influenced by the traditional ways of my people. I was brought up to live off the land from an early age.
Hunting and trapping, living in harmony with the earth has taught me to respect the animals and the spirit and power of nature.
I hoop dance and sing Pow-wows to maintain my cultural heritage.Through art and dancing, i attempt to influence native people to continue their cultural ways, the gift that was given to us by the Great Spirit. ''
Isaac died at the peak of his career at the age of 37. His art remains as his legacy.
- Art Card format: Envelope and Artist bio included.
- Matted Print format: Ready to frame and Artist bio included.
- Framed format: Black wooden frame and Artist bio included.