Whetung Ojibwa Centre
Printed in Canada. Art Card measures 6”x9” and comes with an envelope, with artist information.
The features of this design include rounded nostrils, cross-hatched tail, two large incisor teeth with the front paws often carrying a chewing stick. The Tsimshian tell of a brown haired maiden who once dammed a stream so that she could have a place to swim. The pool enlarged into a lake, and when her husband scolded her, she refused to leave the water. Her hair spread to cover her whole body and the letter apron she had been wearing turned into a tail. She became the first beaver
Sue Coleman has been painting for over 25 yrs and has earned international recognition for her distinctive watercolour paintings. Especially popular have been her `Interpretive’ Northwest Coast Indian images, which have been reproduced and sold to collectors worldwide. Sue maintains a studio in Cowichan Bay on Vancouver Island, Canada and paints a variety of subjects from misty west-coast scenes to wildlife, landscapes and more. Sue actively works to promote environmental awareness and wildlife conservation.
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