On this episode of AR:T ROUTE Radio #ARTTALKS, Michelle and David connect on the languages that art speaks. David Wilson is a member of the Okanagan Nation and the winner of the BC Achievement Awards in Aboriginal Art for 2012. Wilson’s work speaks of translation and the origins of the Okanagan. The work portrays movement and identity brilliantly created in paint. Speaking of the importance of art to keep us all creative and young is an important message in his words and his contemporary yet ancient icon art.
photo courtesy of David Wilson
“The creativity that we were blessed with as kids stays with us, we just have to remember when we were kids, and stay young.“ - David Lloyd Wilson
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Artist Site: https://www.facebook.com/DavidWilsonSookinakin
BC Achievement Fulmer Award First Nations Art 2012 Recipient
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