Cihpolakon (eagle) card
Black and white. 4 x 5.5 inch card. Envelope included.
Your card will be delivered with your flowers. If it is a gift, we can write a short note from you via the card. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the short message to be transcribed and be sure to include your invoice number so we can easily identify your order. Thank you!
The illustrator offers her original drawings which are then reproduced in greeting cards.These are carefully printed page by page in her studio on
on beautiful Canal paper from the Montreal paper mill Saint-Armand. Without any bleaching or baking, these papers are an ecological and unique choice because of their from one batch to the next.
About the artist:
Belonging to an aboriginal community (Wolastoqiyik Wahsipekuk), crafts have long been a part of Marie-France's life for a long time. Painting was her first means of expression first means of expression and then moved on to drawing. It was during a course on the arts and architecture of the Native peoples of North America that her passion was ignited. Strongly inspired by Norval Morisseau, founding father of the "Woodland" artistic movement, her art was shaped by transposing her illustrations on different types of wood and paper. As in the legends told by the Woodlands, the relationship with the animals of the Canadian East Coast forest is central to the artist. Hence the name of her art: Weyossisok which means "animals" in Wolastoqey.