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Box of Cards - Donna "The Strange" Langhorne - Flowers and Birds

Box of Cards - Donna "The Strange" Langhorne - Flowers and Birds

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Product Code: BOX269

Artist: Donna "The Strange" Langhorne

Nation: Ojibway

Boxed Card Sets contain 12 folded cards and 12 envelopes. For each of the 6 designs, 2 cards are included. 

Each card measures 4" x 6" and is printed on recyclable paper. 

Licensed authentic indigenous design. This artist has been paid a royalty for this product.

Made in Canada


Cultural Background: Saulteaux Ojibway, Fishing Lake First Nation, Saskatchewan

Donna Langhorne is a member of Fishing Lake First Nation in Saskatchewan. She is a self-taught visual artist who self-identifies professionally as “Donna the Strange”. Comfortable in many styles, she has garnered national acclaim in particular for her work as a Woodlands artist, and especially for exploring how the genre can be used to address contemporary issues facing Indigenous people.

Her work has been supported by the Canada Council, Sk Arts, the Saskatchewan Foundation for the Arts, and the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations. Her Common Truths series of paintings is currently on a three-year tour through the Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils. Work from her Seven Visions series was featured nationally as part of the billboard campaign organized by the group Artists Against Racism and has been licensed to many organizations, including the Centre for International Governance Innovation.

Her work is available through Nouveau Gallery in Regina, Dervilia Art & Design in Saskatoon, DaVic Gallery in British Columbia, and Manitoba-based Red Eagle Promotions, as well as on

Origine Culturelle: Saulteaux Ojibway, Fishing Lake First Nation, Saskatchewan

Donna Langhorne est membre de la Première Nation Fishing Lake en Saskatchewan. Elle est une artiste visuelle autodidacte. Elle s’identifie au niveau professionnel comme « Donna l’étrange ». Confortable dans plusieurs styles, elle a recueilli les acclamations nationales pour son travail comme artiste des bois, et spécialement pour explorer comment le genre peut être utilisé pour répondre à des questions contemporaines affrontées par les peuples autochtones.

Son travail a été reconnu par Conseil Canada, les Arts de la Saskatchewan, la Fondation Saskatchewan des Arts et la Fédération des nations autochtones souveraines. Sa série de peintures Common Truths est actuellement sur une tournée de trois ans grâce à l’Organisation des Conseils d’art de la Saskatchewan. Le travail de sa série Seven Visions a été présenté au pays dans le cadre de la campagne d’affichage organisée par le groupe Artistes contre le racisme. Le travail a été licencié à plusieurs organisations, y compris le Centre pour l’innovation de la gouvernance internationale.

Son travail est disponible par le biais de Nouveau Gallery à Regina, Dervilia Art & Design à Saskatoon, DaVic Gallery en Colombie-Britannique, et Red Eagle Promotions basés au Manitoba, ainsi que sur