Mr. Kakegamic titled this elegant serigraph at viewer's lower left in graphite.
|About the Artist||(Born 1948, Cree) First Nations artist, Goyce Kakegamic, brother in law of Norval Morrisseau, was influenced by Cree artist, Carl Ray as well as by Morrisseau.
Kakegamic bsgan painting while a teenager, as did his brother Joshim Kakegamic. After learning printmaking techniques at the Open Studio in Toronto, Josh Goyce and their brother Henry opened the Triple K Co-operative, a silk screening business in Red Lake, Ontario.
Employed as a school counselor in Red Lake during the 1970's and 1980's, Goyce participated in a two person show with his brother Josh at Toronto's Aggregation Gallery in 1974. Several exhibitions followed, including at the McMichael and the Woodland Cultural/Educational Center in Brantford, Ontario. Goyce is currently the Deputy Grand Chief of Nishnawbe Aski Nation and lives in Thunder Bay, Ontario.
|Medium||Screenprint (serigraph, silkscreen) on paper|
|Paper size||29 1/2" height X 24 7/8" width|
|Signed||"Goyce Kakegamic" at viewer's lower right in graphite|
|Date of creation||Circa 1974|