Breath Of Winter

$564.00 USD Vente sauvegarder
Breath Of Winter
Breath Of Winter
Breath Of Winter
Breath Of Winter
Breath Of Winter
Breath Of Winter
Breath Of Winter
Breath Of Winter
Breath Of Winter
Breath Of Winter
Breath Of Winter
Breath Of Winter
Breath Of Winter
Breath Of Winter
Breath Of Winter
Breath Of Winter

Breath Of Winter

$564.00 USD Vente sauvegarder

Unique, Curated, Masterpieces for your space

Indigenous Artist

Gitanmaax, BC, Canada

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2% Donated to Cleaning the Oceans

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"As an interior designer, I'm always on the hunt for unique pieces that breathe life into spaces. Artterra's curated collection never disappoints. Each piece is a conversation starter, and their commitment to originality is unmatched. A designer's dream destination." — Amelia L.

In the cold of Winter is a time of creating, and appreciating the warmth, of family and traditions. Many hours are spent enjoying the crisp air as well. And thinking of the cold air, the stories come alive of ancient legends. This is a design based on the first frost, a Winter's breath from supernatural beings. A beautiful presence gracefully introducing snow to this world. Artwork featuring a Formline design woman and snowflakes

Size: 24x16 in | 61x40.6 cm

Frame: White floating frame, wired to hang

Medium: Limited edition canvas print with knife varnish finish

A certificate of authenticity comes with it

Every piece of artwork you select is carefully packed and dispatched directly from our artists' studios, ensuring both its authenticity and quality.

As part of our commitment to sustainability, we advise our artists to utilize sustainable packaging whenever feasible, minimizing our ecological footprint. Proudly serving the US, Canada, and the UK, we're not just about sharing art, but doing so in a manner that respects our planet.

For artwork created by indigenous artists, please note that it may take up to 3 weeks to ship due to the special care and attention given to these unique pieces. Shipping for such pieces is calculated at checkout.

Your complete satisfaction is paramount to us. Therefore, we've instituted a flexible return policy that allows you to send back any piece within 7 days of its arrival, should it not match your vision.

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THE ARTIST'S STORY

Arlene Ness

Arlene Ness, SimJolek of Wilp Tsi Basaa - Git Luxhl Lim Het’Wit

Arlene, mother and grandmother, is a Gitxsan artist of traditional and contemporary Northwest Coast carving and design.
She was born and raised in Gitxsan territory of Northern British Columbia, where she was surrounded by art and culture from a young age. Arlene has always enjoyed creating in different mediums of art. In 2006 Arlene started her studies and training at the K’san carving school in Hazelton, her work is known for its attention to detail, balance, and fluidity. She has worked on a variety of projects, from jewelry to totem poles and house posts; Garnering recognition and awards such as the British Columbia Achievement Award (in Excellence in First Nation Fine Art) as well as international art shows.

Arlene's work often incorporates traditional forms and designs, but she also adds her own unique style and perspective. She is particularly interested in incorporating elements of the natural world into her pieces, such as animals, plants, and landscapes. She also enjoys experimenting with different materials and techniques, such as incorporating metal or glass into her carvings.
In addition to her work as a carver, Arlene is also passionate about passing on her knowledge and skills to the next generation of artists. She has taught carving workshops and mentored young artists, and she is committed to preserving and promoting Indigenous art and culture.
Overall, Arlene's work is a beautiful representation of the rich cultural traditions of the Northwest Coast, combined with her own creative vision and dedication to craftsmanship.

Our Art Curation Philosophy

Art for Interior Design

We understand that not all art styles compliment interior design. Through our curation process, we handpick art pieces that work perfectly with interior design setups. Whether it's for your home, workspace, café or restaurant, we have unique artwork tailored to your taste and space.

Art for Connection

We see art as a medium for storytelling, and we are passionate about sharing inspiring stories with you. Knowing the story behind an artwork adds depth to your experience and allows you to select a piece that aligns with your values and interests and represents YOU.

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Our artists, come from diverse backgrounds, and create impactful work that support environmental, social, and cultural causes. Your purchase empowers their career growth, while supporting our environmental efforts of donating 2% towards cleaning the oceans.

Art for Investment

We handpick the most promising original artwork from up-and-coming artists in Canada at unbeatable prices. As our artists gain more exposure and demand for their work, the value of their pieces increase, making your purchase a smart investment for the future.

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artterra's headquarters are located in Toronto, which is situated on the traditional territory of many Indigenous nations, including the Anishinabek Nation, the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, the Wendat, and the Mississaugas of the Credit. We recognize and honour the enduring presence and contributions of the Indigenous peoples and their languages, cultures, and histories, and are committed to learning from and working with them towards mutual understanding and respect. As a business that represents artists from all over current Canada, we acknowledge that we live, work, and play on the unceded territories of Indigenous peoples across this land. We remain committed to recognizing their sovereignty, respecting their rights, and supporting their ongoing efforts towards reconciliation.