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"Family of Orcas" greeting cards measure 9" by 6", and includes an envelope.
Terrence Cory Shorty was born August 14th, 1986 in Whitehorse, Yukon. Terrence is a Yukon First Nations of Northern Tutchone, Tlinkgit, Norwegian and French descent. He is originally from Whitehorse, Yukon where he is connected with his First Nations roots through traditional practices, like living on the land and hunting for sustenance. Terrence comes from an artistic family background full of painters. He began painting in the northwest coast style when he was living in Edmonton, Alberta in 2005. Terrence then moved to Vancouver where he really began to acquire and improve no his painting skills. Terrence currently resides in Whitehorse, Yukon.
"Revealing Summer's Riches" greeting cards measure 9" by 6", and includes an envelope.
Joe is an artist experienced with the mediums of stone, wood, metal and paper. He began carving in 1979, as a novice, working with carvers in the Pacific Northwest of British Columbia. Over the years he learned much, but there were gaps in his learning. He followed his drive for excellence, saved his earnings, and attended the Kitanmax School of Northwest Coast Art in Hazelton for three years, graduating in 1997. “Art gives voice to the conformist and non-conformist in his personality; his intelligence and wit shine through in his pieces.”
"Unity" greeting cards measure 9" by 6", and includes an envelope.
Mervin Windsor is a Haisla and Heiltsuk artist.
"I feel a responsibility to share my art and honour the presence of the Indigenous people of this land" - Mervin Windsor
"Snow Goose" greeting cards measure 9" by 6", and includes an envelope.
One of Canada’s foremost First Nation artists, Todd Baker is the grandson of the (late) great leader and speaker Chief Khot-la-cha (Chief Simon Baker) of the Coast Salish tribe of the Squamish Nation located in the beautiful city of Vancouver.
With honor and by request, he began drawing for his tribe in his preteens and had ‘The National Living Treasure’ Bill Reid critique his first instrumental crest design, and instead of using his thunderbird design as the new logo for the Squamish tribe, he went straight to a limited edition and hasn't looked back.
Printed in Ottawa
Pick Me! Journal
The Pick Me! Journal is a unique watercolour journal that will inspire you to write about your thoughts and feelings. The bright colourful pages were designed by watercolour artist and journaling enthusiast, Doreen MacDonald. Each page is a unique design, intended to inspire you to express your feelings, gratitude, hopes and desires! You can opt to write on consecutive pages, or choose the watercolour page that best reflects the mood of the moment. Find the beauty in the page, and find the beauty in your day and write! Let the words flow and have fun!
Journal writing can be very beneficial to your mental and even physical well-being. First and foremost, journaling provides an outlet for expressing your thoughts and feelings, which helps to organize and clarify them. This leads to a better understanding of your own point of view and other perspectives. As well, writing about stressful events helps you come to terms with them, thus reducing the impact of these stressors on your physical health. Over time, you will get to know yourself better through your journaling. And of course there is the interesting experience of looking back at your “life’s journey” to see how far you’ve come.
The Pick Me! Journal is a 6″ x 9″ spiral-bound, soft cover journal, containing 72 colourful lined pages. It is perfect for capturing your thoughts, taking notes, or for any other use you might have for a journal. So pick up your pen or pencil and start writing!