Mi'kmaq (L'nu) Artwork

 

 

Title: "Seeking Mi'kmaq Enlightenment" - ("Kwilm Mi'kmaq/L'nu Wasoqwa'tekey")

Medium: Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 16 X 20 Canvas (Original)

Date Completed: 2008

Donated To:

Art Gallery of Nova Scotia (AGNS) - Permanent Art Collection

www.artgalleryofnovascotia.ca

Physical Address
1723 Hollis Street
Halifax, NS B3J 1V9



 

Title: "New Generations"  -  "Pela' Wetapeksi'k" 

Description: Both sets of Dragonfly Petroglyphs Represent Constant Generation Change Within Nature and Society.  This painting is intended to reflect different generations living together  in symbiotic harmony, valuing nature, culture, and the environment. 

Size: 16 X 20 canvas (Original)

Medium: Acrylic on Canvas

Date Completed: 2009

 

Title: "Dancing In The Moonlight Air"

Collection: Black and White Utopia

Size: 10 X 10 inches (Original)

Medium: Black and White Acrylic on Canvas

Date Completed: 2009


 

Title: "Frosty Paradise"

Collection: Black and White Utopia

Medium:  Black and White Acrylic On Canvas

Size: 10 X 10 Inches (Original)

Date Completed: 2009


 

Title: "First Snowfall Over Shubenacadie Canal"

Collection: Black and White Utopia

Medium:  Black and White Acrylic On Canvas

Size: 10 X 10 Inches

Date Completed: 2009


 

Title: "Friends" 

Size: 8.5 X 10 Inches

Medium: Acrylic On Birch Bark

Date Completed:  2008

Description: Three dragonfly petroglyphs are trying to bond by examining the bottom of the iceberg.  However, what they are really searching for is spiritual depth.   Friends see below the surface.  Friends help each other see much more below the surface.

 

 

Title: "The Banner of My People - The Mi'kmaq"

Description: Both the Banner and the 'Old L'nu Star" are actual Mi'kmaq petroglyphs, "images that were carved into stone" thousands of years ago in the outcrops at Kejimkujik National Park, Nova Scotia.  How many thousand are yet to be determined. 

Size: 7 X 10 Inches

Medium: Acrylic On Birch Bark

Completed: 2008



Title: "Seven(Lui'knek) Districts(Wenjikuo'me'katik Utan) Of(Teley) Mi'kma'ki (The Mi'kmaq Territory)"

Description: This Ancient Petroglyph symbolizes the various communities, or, districts of the Mi'kmaq Nation: Nova Scotia, Maine, Quebec, New Brunswick, and P.E.I. (Note: Newfoundland was left out because it was considered Beothuk-Now it is considered a Mi'kmaq District, and a piece of Mi'kma'ki(The Mi'kmaq Territory).

Size: 16 X 20 Canvas

Medium: Acrylic On Canvas

Date Completed: 2009

 

Title: "Peace To Our L'nu Warriors" - We Are All Warriors (Sma'knisk) Collection(Mawitumkewey)

Size: 16 X 20 Canvas

Medium: Mixed Media

Date Completed: 2009   


 

Title: "United" - We Are All Warriors (Sma'knisk) Collection (Mawitumkewey)

Size: 16 X 20 Canvas

Medium: Mixed Media

Date Completed: 2009   


 

Title: "Role Models"  -  We Are All Warriors (Sma'knisk) Collection (Mawitumkewey)

Size: 16 X 20 Canvas

Medium: Mixed Media

Date Completed: 2009 

 

Title: "L'nu Moose(Tia'm) Soup(Kulua'taqn) - Culturally Condensed" 

Collection: "L'nu Soup Collection: What if Andy Warhol Was Mi'kmaq?"

Size: 16 X 20 Inches

Medium: Arcylic and Oil on Canvas

Date Completed: 2009


All Mi'kmaq Translations By My Friend and Colleague:

Curtis L. Michael

If you would like to purchase an item, or, need more information on a piece of artwork contact:

marcusgosse@hotmail.com

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