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Tania Willard

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Print 5’ X 2,5 © Tania Willard
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Dreaming Terra Incognita, 2008 Silkscreen © Tania Willard
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Entwined, 2009 Cedar Bark, Wool, Natural Dyes, Natural Rope, Cedar Tree Variable © Paul Colangelo
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Birth, 2009 Douglas Fir Rootball Variable © Paul Colangelo
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Key7'e ( Grandmother) Dress, 2008 Spraypaint Stencil, Vinyl Lettering, Natural Pigment-ochre 16 X 24 Inches © Tania Willard
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Key7'e Dress, 2008 Spraypaint Stencil on Industrial Building, Site Specific Variable Approx. 4 Feet High © Khaled Ben Rahib
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Petroglyph series , 2009 Graphite, Spray Paint, Acrylic Ink on Paper, 2009 42" X 80" © Tania Willard
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Survey Drums, 2009 Pine Beetle Kill Log Rounds and Survey Tape Variable © Tania Willard
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Dreaming Terra Incognita series, 2008 Silkscreen on Gold Paper © Tania Willard
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mixed works-installation, 2009 Printmaking and Ink, Graphite on Rag Paper © Tania Willard
Quick Facts
Representing galleries
grunt gallery
Tags
Aboriginal Art painting, native-american, progressive/radical mixed-media painting drawing, digital, graffiti/street-art
Statement

Biography:

Biography:

Tania Willard, Secwepemc Nation, works within the shifting ideas around contemporary and traditional, often working with bodies of knowledge and skills that are conceptually linked to her interest in intersections between  Aboriginal and other cultures. Willard has worked as an artist in residence with gallery gachet in Vancouver’s Downtown East Side, the Banff Centre's visual arts residency, fiction and Trading Post and as a curator in residence with grunt gallery and Kamloops Art Gallery. Collection's of Willard's work include the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Thompson Rivers University and Kamloops Art Gallery. Her work with Stanley Park's environmental art project focused on Aboriginal presence and absence in Stanley Park through the philosophy of the Cedar Tree as the tree of life. Willard’s recent curatorial work includes Beat Nation: Art Hip Hop and Aboriginal Culture, featuring 27 contemporary Aboriginal artists which toured from 2012-2014.