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Simone McLeod

LIMITED EDITION ART PRINT - Family Strength - artist Simone McLeod

LIMITED EDITION ART PRINT - Family Strength - artist Simone McLeod

Regular price $150.00 USD
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Limited Edition Run of 195. Each piece is numbered and includes a certificate of authenticity.  

Three options

1. 20 X 25.5" Paper, matted and unframed 

2. 24 5/8 x 30" Paper, matted and framed

3. 15 x 18.5" Stretched canvas framed

 Printed on  310gsm (115 lbs) fine art paper with UV resistant inks, acid free, lignin free and full archival quality, or satin poly-cotton canvas with water resistant surface, printed with UV resistant inks

The artist or copyright holder has been paid a royalty for the sale of this product.

Limited Edition Art Prints can take up to 4 weeks for processing and delivery

Simone McLeod, born in Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1962, belongs to the Name doodem (Sturgeon clan) of the ᓇᐦᑲᐌ (Nakawē-Ojibwe Anishinaabeg). She is a member of Pasqua First Nation in Saskatchewan. Simone, who feels a strong spiritual kinship with her mother’s people, the Azaadiwi ziibi Nitam, or Poplar River First Nation of Manitoba, is a versatile artist: not only does she paint; she is also a talented poet, writer, and photographer. Simone McLeod descends from a long line of Ojibwe Midewiwin healers on both parental sides. Her traditional Anishinaabe name is Aki-egwaniizid, or Ahki-ekwanîsit, which means Earth Blanket, or All That Covers the Earth.

When asked about her painting process, Simone said, “Painting was something that I often thought of when I was a small child, but I felt that it was not the right time. I believed that I had to wait until I could find something that had a lot of meaning to me. Each painting contains a piece of my soul. I have a strong faith in humankind and my paintings are silent prayers of hope for the future.”

Although she is considered a Medicine Painter working in the tradition of the Canadian Native School of Woodland Art, Simone definitely holds a unique place in the art heritage of her People.




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