First, each student chose a First Nations, Metis or Inuit artist they wanted to learn more about. From there, the students created a painting that was inspired by the artist that they had chosen. Each student thoughtfully created their piece, bearing in mind the spirituality and emotion that goes into the creation of a piece of artwork.
The student artists, Holy Family School, and especially the FNMI coordinator, Tanys Oxman, are very proud of what has been created. We at the Peace River Museum, Archives and Mackenzie Centre are certainly impressed.
Thank you to the Peace of Art Art Club for sponsoring the Art Wall. Please come out and support the creativity of our local students.
|Holy Family School FNMI Coordinator Tanys Oxman, after installing the students work at the Museum.|