Woodland Pride

Woodland Pride by Patrick Hunter is a celebration of nature, and life through the lens of the woodland art form.

Type of Exhibition: Art

Woodland Pride by Patrick Hunter is a celebration of nature, and life through the lens of the woodland art form. The bold, yet elegant, technicolor line work invites the viewer to realize that everything has spirit, and significance. Everything from the smallest seed to the largest tree.

ABOUT THE EXHIBIT

We owe everything we have to the natural world. We wouldn’t have clothes on our backs, food in our stomachs, or shelter without it. When we can respect nature for its gifts, we will in turn respect ourselves and each other more. “WOODLAND PRIDE” is a celebration of nature and life through the lens of the woodland art form. The bold, yet elegant, technicolor line work invites the viewer to realize that everything has spirit and significance. Everything from the smallest seed to the largest tree.

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Patrick Hunter is a 2 Spirit Ojibway artist, graphic designer, and entrepreneur from Red Lake, Ontario. In 2011, he made the move to Toronto to pursue a career in the arts after completing the graphic design program at Sault College in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. Knowing that his cultural background was an asset to his success, in 2014 he launched Patrick Hunter Art & Design. Specializing in fine and digital artwork and designs from his Ojibway roots with the intent to create a broader awareness of Indigenous culture and iconography. He currently resides in Toronto and is busily preparing to launch a Made in Canada collection of apparel and houseware products.

This exhibit runs from June 7 – July 3, 2023.

Presented by:

A Kultura Collective Member

Start Date:

June 7, 2023

End Date:

July 3, 2023

MnJcc opening hours

Downtown Toronto

750 Spadina Ave., Toronto, ON M5S 2J2

Accessibility

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