Hardcover Journal by Maxine Noel, Oglala Sioux
Just the right size for busy work and school days these hardcover journals with elastic band closure and lined paper are perfect for life on the go. This journal features a fresh and vibrant Spirit of the Woodlands design by acclaimed Sioux artist Maxine Noel. Pair with more items from her Spirit of the Woodlands Collection such as her Faux Leather Travel Wallets to create the prefect gift package.
"Art is the purest and truest expression of an individual… in it are all manners of things one is not always able to express verbally." - Maxine Noel
Partial proceeds from the sale of each Spirit of the Woodlands item by Maxine Noel is donated in support of the Dignitas International's Aboriginal Health Partners Program.
Ioyan Mani (Maxine Noel) is Oglala Sioux and was born on the Birdtail Reservation in Manitoba. Noel is a self-taught interdisciplinary artist. Through her use of fluid images, flowing lines and subtle colours she seeks to represent the generosity and loving sensibilities shared by many Indigenous Peoples across Canada. Noel speaks nationally and internationally on art and social issues, assisting in bridging the gap between Indigenous and non-indigenous Peoples, the young and the old. In 2019, Noel was a recipient of the Order of Canada for her notable achievements and for her work in promoting creative expression within Indigenous communities.
Dimensions: 12cm x 17cm
Format: Hardcover, lined.
Pages: 120 pages
Material: Paper, Elastic, Metal
Each Hardcover journal features information on the artist and design on the back cover.
Licensed reproductions with royalties paid to every artist.