Woman Journey Print
“When a woman begins to follow their native traditions, they embark upon a journey. Whether it starts with their first feather, their first dance, or their first sweat house ceremony, many things are sure to follow on this journey. And so on. No matter how it begins, it’s the beginning of a long story.” —John LafordShow More
Born in 1954, John Laford is an Ojibway artist from Manitoulin Island, Ontario. He has studied his own culture as well as historical pictographs, or rock paintings, of his ancestors. John has also studied art at Algonquin College in Pembroke, Ontario and pottery in New Mexico. Although he sees himself as a self-taught artist, his studies have brought him social awareness, leading to an openness toward both traditional and contemporary styles. His colourful, vibrant paintings can be found in museums across Canada, the United States, Australia and in numerous private collections.
- Limited edition serigraph print
- Dimensions: 15.3” x 19.5”
- Edition of 200
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