One of the most successful unions of artist and art gallery has been that of Linus Woods and The Wah-sa Gallery. Linus Woods is from Long Plains First Nation in Manitoba, the same community which in the previous generation brought Clemence Wescoupe, Garry Meeches and Cyril Assiniboine to the forefront of Canadian Aboriginal art in Canada. Linus Woods has just completed a successful involvement with “Close Encounters–the next 500 years” a multi-media international which runs in Winnipeg from January-April, 2011,in Winnipeg MB. Prior to this event, he has numerous one-artist and been involved in group and theme shows at The Wah-sa Gallery and across Canada at the Bearclaw in Edmonton and Gallery Indigena in Stratford. Linus Woods does love his spaceships–and in addition to this theme has also done many images including his Rabbits on the Rez, horse society and horse and rider, coyotes and Elk Dreamers.