Umbrella (Reversible) by First Nations Artists from Oscardo
This is a revolutionary design where the umbrella opens up-side-down, so you stay dry when you get in the door or the car. It is also a self-standing umbrella that not only makes a beautiful display, but also keeps the moisture inside to keep your floor clean.
107 cm Spread, 76 cm Closed, Auto Open, Printed Umbrella.
'Morning Star' was designed by Denesuline and Saulteaux Native artist Alex Janvier.
"Morning Star murals four sections represent the Medicine Wheel, culturally significant to many Aboriginals. There are four directions, four seasons, the elements (earth, wind fire, water), stages of life (infant, child, adult, and elder.) Also, the Denesuline people used the Morning Star as a traveling guide at night." - Alex Janvier
Fall Leaves -
The Maple Leaf has been used as a symbol of Canada as far back as the 18th century, and even before that, the aboriginal peoples of Canada were making sugar and syrup from the sap of the maple tree. The Maple Leaf flag was officially inaugurated in 1965 as Canada's National Flag.
Floral on Yellow - Designed by Ojibwa Native Artist Norval Morrisseau.
Designed by Chipewyan Artist John Rombough.
“On an early spring morning, the bear in his elements is walking along side grandfather rocks. As the Ancestors watch over the land, the ravens welcome the bear from a long winters nap.” - John Rombough
'Some Watched the Sunset' - Design by Potawatomi Artist - Daphne Odjig.
"The calmness of the evening brings families together to share in all the beauty that nature can offer." - Daphne Odjig.
Friends' was designed by Ojibway artist Benjamin Chee Chee featuring his elegant Canadian Geese theme.
Celebration of Life' was created by Kwakwaka'wakw Nation artist Francis Dick.
“This painting is dedicated to everyone who has lost a loved one, and those who have passed over to another dimension. It is a reminder that life is a celebration.” - Francis Dick
Lake and Mountains by Lawren Harris (1885-1970), a member of The Group of Seven.
Colorful 'Birds and Flowers' in blue Designed by Ojibwa Native Artist Norval Morrisseau.