With Father’s Day coming up in just a week it’s a good time to give you a rundown of RedKettle’s current inventory. There is a fine selection of works by both First Nations artists and other Canadian artists, and prices range upwards from several pieces priced well below $300. Surprise your dad with a gift that will provide pleasure over the years.
Below is an acrylic on canvas 24×30 unframed, by Corinna Ray to be shipped rolled in a mailing tube
Bear by Corinna Ray, acrylic on canvas 24x30 unframed
And another by Corinna Ray, also unframed acrylic 24×30, also shipping rolled in a mailing tube, called Caribou
Corinna Ray - Cariboo 24x30 acrylic on canvas unframed
An artist’s proof by Robert Genn is shown above – a calm soothing print that will look great hanging in your home, it is called Bright Passage and is triple matted archivally and behind glass. In pristine condition, it measures 16×20 image only, and 22×28 including mats and frame – wooden frame – a quality presentation!
Another pleaser – a watercolour by George Rae Menendez sized at 14×20
Trees - a lovely oil on canvas - Arnold Shives, RCA
Shives is an established and highly regarded artist who lives and works in Vancouver
Benjamin Chee Chee - Running Goose
I was very pleased to find a pair of lovely Chee Chee prints – they have the same print number and are similarly framed, so it appears they were from the same collection
Benjamin Chee Chee - Standing Goose
This impressively large and strong image below by Isaac Bignell is waiting for the new owner whose home or office can comfortably display this piece – it will make a stunning focal point.
Isaac Bignell: A New Tomorrow - acyrlic on canvas 54x60
Medecine Fox by Carl Ray
Just back from the framers and a strong and energtic piece, this Carl Ray is ready to hang in your home – this piece is fresh to the market, having been in the artist’s family for many years
James Leslie - Haida Ceremonial Mask - Bella Coola Raven
This ceremonial mask by artist James Leslie is one of my favourite pieces – I will be sorry to see it go to its new home.
Until the next time – Mich