first nations artist

I know how the distance between your dreams and the reality can seem to be scary. But for me, my dream is one long journey and I am ready to take every step on the route.

By the way, I also take photos on my instagram. It would mean the world to me if you checked it out. Thank you all for your continued support on here. Really trying to provide you guys with content that Ive put effort into, that I love, and that I want to share. ig: jacksonursin

“What do you want then?“
The old answers came easily to mind. Money. Vengeance. Jordie’s voice in my head silenced forever. But a different reply roared to life inside him, loud, insistent, and unwelcome. You, Inej. You.
― Leigh Bardugo, Six of Crows

↪ a fanmix for the two loves of my life, inej ghafa & kaz brekker (8tracks)

01. Salvation // Editors  02. All The Other Girls (Demo) // Avid Dancer  03. I Need My Girl // The National  04. Pa Pa Power // Dead Man’s Bones  05. Strange Love // Halsey  06. All That You Know // Simon Herron  07. Intro // The XX  08. Patterns // Band of Skulls  09. Sleep // The Last Bison  10. My Boy Builds Coffins // Florence + The Machine  11. We Only Attack Ourselves // Funeral Suits 

Daphne Odjig ~ Odawa-Potawatomi

Daphne Odjig, CM OBC (b. September 11, 1919), is a Canadian First Nations artist of Odawa-Potawatomi-English heritage. Her many awards include the Order of Canada and the Governor General’s Award. Her painting is often characterized as Woodlands Style. Daphne Odjig was the driving force behind the Indian Group of Seven.

sketchbook pages // happy national toast day