Goyce Kakegamic

Goyce Kakegamic Goyce Kakegamic represents the traditional Canadian Woodland style of art of his Ojibway brother-in-law, Norval Morrisseau (considered to be the Father of contemporary Woodland art). Born in Sandy Lake, northern Ontario in 1948, Goyce also came under the influence of Cree artist, Carl Ray, and seeks to transmit the heritage of his people through the life of nature and the legends of the Ojibway people. Along with his brothers, Joshim (1952-1993) also an artist and Henry, Goyce established Triple K Co-operative, a printing and silk-screening operation in Red Lake ON which was instrumental in the growing popularization and recognition given to Canadian Aboriginal art in the 1970s. Goyce Kakegamic has also shown leadership in the educational and political arenas in northern Ontario while continuing to develop his artistic career. He has had many national and international exhibitions and has been represented by many galleries across Canada. The Wah-sa Gallery has been associated with Goyce since the late 1970s.
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Goyce Kakegamic “Untitled Butterflies” GK1307

5 x 9 acrylic on birchbark, framed

Price: $355.00

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Goyce Kakegamic “Untitled GK1301

12 x 24 acrylic on canvas

Price: $510.00

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Goyce Kakegamic “Untitled” 7501

21 x 15 acrylic on paper

Price: $550.00

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Goyce Kakegamic “Untitled” GK9801

29×20 acrylic on paper. framed

Price: $1,245.00

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Goyce Kakegamic “Untitled” GKMP7502

21 x 15 acrylic on paper

Price: $550.00

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Goyce Kakegamic “Untitled” GKMP7504

15 x 21 acrylic on paper

Price: $550.00

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