Michelle and Master Artist Roy Henry Vickers have a digital coffee conversation about the importance of art in the healing of the world after Covid. Listening to our ancestors will help create a path of healing and connection.
“A pipe carrier walks in the ways of the four directions, which are common to all nations in the world: teacher, healer, visionary and leader,” says Roy. “We always have the pipe in our minds so that when we get into situations where we feel like we’re off kilter or off centre or, we can always go back to this place of peace and centre ourselves, ask the creator to help us be who we are.” Roy Henry Vickers
More of Roy Henry Vickers art can be seen in Tofino, B.C. and in his digital gallery at Roy Henry Vickers Gallery.
Photo credit © Simon Ratcliffe www.simonsees.com
Image courtesy of Roy Henry Vickers
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