As part of my ongoing research into cowboy and indian pop culture for my Canada Council Grant, I watched this show with great interest. It had an all Native cast along with some amazingly well trained horses. I was very impressed … Continue reading
This spring I received a Canada Council grant to research (and create) a new body of work. I am using my art practice to look into how much 1950’s – ’70’s Cowboy and Indian pop culture has shaped my idea … Continue reading
A happy memory that really stands out for me as a teen was a project that my mom and I worked on together. We decided to create a parade costume for my horse. That project expanded into 2 parade costumes … Continue reading
It is my nephew’s birthday today! He is a gregarious 6 year old guy with playful eyes and a head full of ideas. He has an equally awesome older brother. It would appear that they put as much work into … Continue reading
I have been reading about tessellations (think art by M.C. Escher). They fascinate me! I found a book in the thrift store on designing tessellations and brought it home for the modest amount of $3. I am also fond of … Continue reading
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I wish I could walk around with my camera attached to me at all times. I see so many opportunities where the light weaves it’s way around subjects bringing out the colours and textures in such a delicious way. I … Continue reading
I am hoping that the servers will be pointing to my new website in the next couple of days. I have been working hard to complete it. Not an easy task for someone who is very rusty at this sort … Continue reading
Here is a photo of my artwork hanging in the UNBC Rotunda Gallery. It’s a digitally woven blanket with beadwork applied on the letters and some of the shapes and forms. I used a photo of ‘Mrs. Gullion’ (Athabasca Archives) … Continue reading
November 26, 2013
Tagged artwork, beaded blanket, beadwork, first nations, kim gullion, kim gullion stewart, kim stewart, Metis, Metis artwork, unbc, university of northern british columbia
I find chairs in the most interesting locations. This one is located outside the Emily Carr University in Vancouver, BC.
in this natural setting. enjoy.