"Pahpahcsis & Mountain Ash"
by Kristi Bridgeman and Lisa Shepherd
Pahpahcsis is Cree for woodpecker. In 1880, 84 members of the Papachase band were displaced from what is modern day Edmonton. Suzette (Chalifoux) Swift was one of these Edmonton Stragglers until she accepted Métis scrip, moved to Jasper and became part of the original Métis families that homesteaded the land. To read about this artist collaboration, see this web page.
*ART CARDS: 6"x6" greeting card. Includes design story, artist bio, and envelope. If matted, off-white non-yellowing mat is added to the print, perfect for framing. Printed locally, 100% recycled FSC-certified paper.
*PRINTS: The large print image itself is 12"x12" and the paper extends to 13"x13". If matted, off-white non-yellowing mat is added to the print, perfect for framing. Includes design story and artist bio. Printed locally, 100% recycled FSC-certified paper.
*PRINT ON CANVAS: Large canvas. The print is high quality giclée on exhibition style (deep) canvas. Comes ready to hang. Two sizes: 24"x24" or 30"x30".
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