The Mississauga Civic Centre (City Hall) near Toronto in Ontario, has a small number of Woodlands Indian art as prints among its collection of Canadian native art. Among this collection is one by Woodland Native artist Norval Morrisseau. For a detailed information about this Native Indian art form, see Woodland Native Indian Art. Below are photos of these limited edition art prints.
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Since all the prints are behind glass frames, the photos were shot at angles to avoid the flash from showing up in the middle of the artworks. The first print is called 'Shaking Tents' by Goyce Kokegamic.
The next one is by Woodlands Indian artist Carl Ray and is called the 'Evil Serpent' done in 1975.
The next drawing below is also by Carl Ray and is called 'Spirit Crane' done in 1975.
Keeping with the subject of birds, the next artwork is a scene with ducks entitled 'Family' also drawn by Carl Ray in 1975.
Since the beaver is one of the symbols of Canada, the Mississauga Civic Centre also acquired a sketch featuring a beaver. This one below was by Noel Ducharme in 1975 and is called 'Beaver Legend'.
Below is another artwork by Carl Ray and is called 'Medicine Grebe' done in 1975.
Finally, here is a painting of the artist who started the entire Woodlands Native art movement, Norval Morrisseau. His artwork below is called 'Bird Totem #1'.
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