Jean Taylor's heritage is Tlingit and she spent years of her life in the Yukon. She now thinks back and realizes how inspired and encouraged she has been by the creativity that was all around her during childhood. “The works that I’m most known for are paintings of West Coast Tlingit people in masks, button blankets and woven hats, many of them dancing,” says Jean. “I also love to paint images of moccasins, mukluks, mitts, jackets and snowshoes, all the things I saw being created by my relatives as I was growing up.”
- Giclée printed directly on to canvas using high quality inks
- Printed canvas wrapped around wood frame
- Made in Canada
All proceeds go towards the United Indians' programs and services which support the urban Native community.