Tag Archives: Wikwemikong

Sabourin’s Wikwemikong to Benefit Life Skills

Canadian Landscape Artist Pierre AJ Sabourin  painting  Wikwemikong continues to inspire, sales of the limited edition prints will benefit the Life Skills Class of  Wikwemikong High School 2016 end of school year field trip .   The painting depicts the most incredible Canadian Historic site you will ever experience in … Continue reading

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Land of the Voyageur aired in US this past week

I had the pleasure of viewing the advance of Canoe Culture by Joseph Rosendo of Travel Scope.  I would like to thank Joseph for his incredible perception and translation of the history and culture of Canada in Northeast Ontario. Art that comes from the soul is … Continue reading

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Close to Home with UNESCO

It’s not everyday you receive a request to support a UNESCO United Nations Biosphere Reserve.  I live in Killarney, that Rome among villages and this one is close to home, the Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve. The Group of Seven were environmentalists, to be recognized and … Continue reading

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