Gifts From the Thunderbird: The Life and Art of Norval Morrisseau
This program focuses on the life and vibrant art work of Ojibway painter Norval Morrisseau, considered the father of Woodland painting. Commentators address his deep spirituality and cultural growth and how they were reflected in his powerful paintings. The program includes an interview with Barry Ace, Native American Art Curator, describing the art of Morrisseau and his influence on Aboriginal art and culture. A variety of topics are discussed such as: Lines, Motion and Imagery; Woodland School of Art; Norval's Influences; Imagery and Techniques.
This resource will expire on: July 1, 2019