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Fancy Eagles - August 2018
I was inspired by the fancy grass dancers that you can see at pow wows, and put colourful streamers on the end of two of my Ojibwe eagles' wingtips.

Acrylic on 9 x 12" stretched canvas, the image continues on all sides.
$250 CDN includes shipping to locations within Continental North America.


 

 

Eagles and Sun - August 2018
Four of my Ojibwe style eagles soar in the sky. Rather than having them fly in a circle, I pointed them outward for a different sort of symmetry. Energy lines join each of the eagles at the outermost feathers.

Acrylic on 12 x 12" stretched canvas, the image continues on all sides with the sides painted red.
$250 CDN includes shipping to locations within Continental North America.

 

 

Seven Eagles - May 2018
This is the biggest painting I've created so far, and one of my most meaningful. It measures 4 by 6 feet and is on a piece of unstretched canvas as I wanted to give a feeling it was painted on hide.

Seven eagles soar into the sky, higher and higher towards the sun. Each one is in a stage of immaturity and the upper ones still have a hint of brown in their head feathers as it takes about four years for an eagle to reach adulthood. This represents the journey that each of us takes towards our own adulthood and working towards a goal, such as graduating from school or obtaining achievements at work. The number seven represents the seven grandfather teachings as well as having a personal significance since there were seven people in my family.

The top has a piece of wood that a beaver carved which was found at the creekside near my home, and the painting hangs from a piece of sisal cord to keep a natural look.

This painting was created initially for an exhibit I had at the St. Albert library in June 2018.

Acrylic on 4 x 6 foot canvas.
$5000 CDN includes shipping to locations within Continental North America.
Payment by bank transfer only (email: donna@ojibwe-art.ca).

 

 

Soaring Eagle - July 2009
An Ojibwe or Woodlands style bald eagle soars through the sky, surveying his territory of mountains. Overhead, a bright yellow sun radiates energy. This is a unique size of painting that could create some real impact on a skinny section of wall.
Detail of the bottom section is here.
Acrylic on 6 x 36" stretched canvas.
All materials used are archival.
$300 CDN includes shipping to locations within Continental North America.

 

 

Four Eagles - May 2006
Four eagles circle overhead around the sun.
Acrylic on 16 x 16" canvas paper, framed with reddish-brown wood frame.
All materials are archival.
$450 CDN includes shipping to locations within Continental North America.



 

Friendship
Two people sit on a lakeshore watching a vivid red sunset. Overhead, an eagle flies by, a lovely finish to a day in the wilderness. Acrylic on 8 x 10" piece of unstretched canvas (unframed).
$80 CDN includes shipping to locations within Continental North America.

 

 

Night Eagle - August 2008
A brief return to my cubist roots, with a Woodlands twist. An eagle flies through the night, a shattered image of sunsets, sunrises, and nights, a reminder of the cycle of life we all face. Within his body is another night sky, complete with the northern lights and a glowing moon. Acrylic on 9 x 12" canvaspanel.
Framed with all archival materials.
$400 CDN includes shipping to locations within Continental North America.

 

 

Magnificence - September 2008
Acrylic on 6 x 6" canvaspanel.
This one was donated to the Art with a Heart project - helping beautify Slave Lake after being devastated by fires in 2011.

The original is no longer available, but you may purchase a print if you wish from either of two places: Deviant Art or Image Kind

 

 

Bald Eagle - March 2003
A bald eagle perches on a branch, overlooking the forest below. Eagles represent so many things - freedom, leadership, wisdom, patriotism. Hopefully this painting will remind and inspire you day to day. Acrylic on 5 x 7" canvas board, unframed.
$50 CDN includes shipping to locations within Continental North America.

 

I accept payment by Paypal or by e-mail bank transfer (donna@ojibwe-art.ca).

Shipping will be by surface in North America, which generally takes 2 to 4 weeks but can be quicker depending on mail volumes. Local payment (cash only) and pickup (Edmonton and area) can be arranged.
I am more than happy to ship internationally and will do so using air, which also takes about 2 to 4 weeks.

 

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E-mail me at: donna(at)ojibwe-art.ca