From the Spirit
Videos are listed chronologically by date added, beginning with the most recent
Roy Henry Vickers
British Columbia artist, Roy Henry Vickers weeps as he discusses the inspiration he received from his high school art teacher. He goes on to discuss his ancestry, family life and how he combines traditional and contemporary, personal and universal themes in his artwork. He calls the language of a...
Multi-media artist, Joane Cardinal-Schubert discusses and shows how her paintings reflect her strong spirituality and the influence of the traditional First Nations petroglyphs. Joane is of Blackfoot ancestry and she grew up near Red Deer, Alberta. She challenges others to question the lack of ac...
Jim Hart, a prominent Haida artist from Queen Charlotte Islands in BC speaks of this work as a carver. Some of Hart's totem poles are on display at the Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia. He speaks of the influence that his grandfather had on him and his satisfaction wit...
Jane Ash Poitras
Poitras talks about her childhood, her education, her reunion with her family after growing up in her foster home and her artwork. This artist discusses how she lives part time in reality and part-time in a dream world. Viewers are shown many samples of her work as she speaks.