Chief Lady Bird, is an Anishinaabe (Potawatomi and Chippewa) artist from Rama First Nation,
And Aura who is Haudenosaunee (Oneida)
….Paint outstanding First Nations & Indigenous inspired art together.
I had to keep waiting for the clouds to cover the sun, and it was worth the wait to get rid of the nasty shadows.
Pics taken by Resa – March 11, 2018
These 2 artists are members of Unceded Voices an Anti-colonial street artist convergence. Worth a look at, for sure!!!
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Sweet as honey pie!
This is amazing, such beautiful colors, I love this, I would put this on my house! Thank you Resa.
I love this, too! Now to find the other 3 murals that I did not find. OHHH, but you should see the floral mural I found… oh and an Indian Bazaar type work and a Chinese Zodiac one (saving that for someone special) I’m about 300 works of art behind in posting, and I have 3 submissions. YAY!!
That’s really exciting! You are incredibly energetic, Resa. I would collapse but you are the ever ready bunny! Looking forward to all your art, no matter how long it takes!
You did an excellent job of featuring these two artists, Resa. I like seeing the close-ups and the whole picture, and like knowing about your trick for avoiding shadows. And Lady Bird and Aura are working in amazing synchronicity, for it looks like the work of one very talented and gifted person.
Oh, thank you, Jet! LOL! I can’t believe I had a photography tip!
i agree that CLB & Aura work in a unison. 😀 I am also heartened to see our First Nations coming out, claiming their rightful place &showing us their beauty and message. We imported, and their subsequent generations of Canadians, have done poorly in this regard.
Thank you, Kelley! I am so thrilled about all of the First Nations street artists whose work I am finding!
Beautiful piece of art. She look so serene. xxxxxx
Yes, and I am thrilled to find First Nations inspired street art! There must be some in Edmxonton! I can hardly wait to see what you find when the good weather arrives! xxxx
Thank you so much for sharing these beautiful paintings, and the information about the artist. And – it looks like spring where you are. Here it’s still winter: https://hannaswalk.com/2018/03/14/the-silence-of-snow/#comment-10021
Thank you, Arletta! It is spring here, albeit a cold one. Hanna takes very beautiful photos of her walks! I’m a big fan.
And this is what winter is like right now and right here where I live: http://attsmakalivet.se/kropp-sjal/2018/03/perfekt-vinterestetik
It looks cold, and pristine… very lovely! Thank you!
So beautiful, with those bold colors to finish the art so well! 🙂
Agree! I adore this painting. I’m a huge fan of First Nations inspirations in art! 😀 x
Love the strong and proud connection to heritage!
Chief Lady Bird & Aura are awesome! and amazing artist. The colors are so vibrant. 🙂
I love their work! I need to find more!!! 😀
🙂 If you do. Please post it. 🙂
The pink background really makes this pop! I love it 😀
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Oh, this one is pretty.
Yes, I agree whole heartedly!