In the Rockies

So we’re in Lake Louise…today we continue onto Revelstoke Mountain then onwards to Kelowna tomorrow.
I haven’t posted much since the journey began. Actually I don’t think I have posted at all.
Trip is going well, some portraits for L’nuwelti’k have been made.
The opening at Urban Shaman went well.
And site visits are going great!
Next week I fly from Victoria BC to Saskatoon to install and open Mi’kwite’tmn at the Kenderdine Art Gallery. Then I perform for 4 days in Saskatoon as well as hoping to get some more portraits done while in Toontown!
So if anyone out there is Indigenous identifying and would care to sit for a portrait email me.
I will post pictures in the coming week from various shows and festivals as well as some tourist shots!
It has been an epic journey from Cape Breton Island to Halifax to PEI then westward through all the provinces.
So much to see, so much to think about and so much to talk about.
Haven’t found a reliable Wi-fi connection yet to get a decent post done with some images.
But will be in Vancouver soon and hoping to find a campground with good wi-fi.
Thanks for all your kind words and your support.
I would also like to thank the Saint Mary’s University Art Gallery, Canada Council for the Arts, Arts Nova Scotia and Canadian Heritage: Museums Assistance Program.

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Sweetgrass from the Pictou Island Portages Project curated by Eryn Foster

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Hot Looking at the Art In The Open Festival, Charlottetown PEI curated by Dr. Carla Taunton and Dr. Heather Igliorte

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L’nuwelti’k in Toronto ON made possible with the support of Arts Nova Scotia Creation Grants

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