The Vanier series capture a walkthrough of Vanier’s Richelieu park, one of Ottawa’s hidden woodlands. Dark was the forest on this day, offering just glimpses of shimmering light that playfully danced through large leaves. In the still silence of nature, between every second tree, is a doorway into a new world – a place to restore oneself.
Katherine Takpannie is an Ottawa based Inuk photographer. Her anaana (mom) was born in Apex Hill, Nunavut. But Katherine was born in Montreal, Quebec. She is a proud alumni of the Nunavut Sivuniksavut program. The program focuses on the Nunavut Agreement and it’s implementation, Political Science, Research, Inuit-Government Relations, Contemporary Issues, Inuit history, and Inuktitut. Katherine was recently awarded the New Generation Photography Award by the National Gallery of Canada.
The prints you receive are archival, photographic prints on a semi-matte paper with a longevity of 100+ years under normal light conditions.
Each print ships with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist, which serves as proof your artwork is a bonafide member of its limited edition. You should keep this in a safe place.
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Canadian customer orders are framed in Toronto; orders from the United States are framed in Texas. All frames come with D-rings for installation. All orders come with our free downloadable installation guide.
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