Children of the trees

$121.00 USD Vente sauvegarder
Children of the trees
Children of the trees
Children of the trees
Children of the trees
Children of the trees
Children of the trees
Children of the trees
Children of the trees

Children of the trees

$121.00 USD Vente sauvegarder

Winnipeg, MB, Canada

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Children of the Trees is about our love and curiosity of trees, both as children and also adults. Our fascination in climbing them, understanding their importance in our lives and their historic significance in human history.

Size: 14x20 in | 35.6x50.8 cm

Frame: No

Medium: Digital drawing of a gouache painting

Rich matte ink on 100% cotton paper

The size is 14x18 in, including a white border around (1 in from the top, left and right; 4 in from the bottom)

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Jazz Danis

Jazz Aline is a Canadian multi-disciplinary artist from Treaty 1. She creates and explores what it means to be re-imagined into the land. Imbued with meaning and symbolism the work dances in its simple details and intentional placements. Inspired by folk arts, story tales, and surrealism she weaves together stories of the past, present, and future through observation of her own life to create an experience that blends the old with the new. She works primarily with gouache paint, digital artwork, and fabrics. Despite those very different mediums, her style and storytelling carry through beautifully from painting to embroidery.

‘‘I often imagine myself on the great endless, frozen plains of Lake Winnipeg, the wind howling-everything blanketed in white. That's my canvas. A place of emotional violence, beauty and solace. A place where I re-imagine us, in the land, that’s what my art is all about." -Jazz Aline

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