Norval Morriseau Exhibition

Norval Morriseau
Norval Morriseau had an exhibition in Thunder Bay on April 4 and 5, 2002. The exhibition was located in Victoriaville Mall in the Creative display area. Norval Morriseau is a world renowned artist known for being the founder of the Woodland Painting school. For more of a biograhy look here.
Helping with the exhibition were his family members Christian Morriseau (son), Eugene Morriseau (son), Christie Kakegamic (grand-daughter), Tammy Morriseau (grand-daughter), Kyle Morriseau (grandson), and Joshin Kakegamic (grandson). This show is Norval's first exhibition since a show 3 years ago in Toronto. He will be doing another in Winnipeg during the month of May, 2002. All the paintings show in the exhibition were the result of his work in the past year. This series of paintings also have an black print of his thumb alongside his signature.
Christian Morriseau, Norval Morriseau, Eugene Morriseau, Christie Kakegamic, and Kyle Morriseau in front
There were approximately 60 paintings in the show ranging in size from 5x7 to 48x36. The prices for his paintings range from $200 for the 5x7 to $6,500 for the 46x38. Norval has been living in Thunder Bay for the past 6 weeks and was previously living in Keewaywin First Nation, Sandy Lake First Nation, and in Nanaimo B.C.
See more of his pictures in our Photogallery. If you would like to reach Norval about his artwork you can contact: Lisa Meekis Band Administrator Keewaywin First Nation tel. (807) 771-1210 fax (80) 771-1053 email: