Daphne Odjig, an Ojibway artist from the Wikwemikong Reserve in Ontario, was the first indigenous woman artist to have her work recognized, in the 1960s. Works such as "Bad Medicine Woman" draw on themes such as mythology and shamanism, but she gives particular focus to women, and their roles as givers of life.

Daphne Odjig - "Bad Medicine Woman" - "Daphne Odjig, an Ojibway artist from the…

Awakening painting (print) by Daphne Odjig

Awakening by Daphne Odjig (Anishinaabe) - Contemporary Canadian Native, Inuit & Aboriginal Art - Bearclaw Gallery

daphne odjig | Daphne Odjig - original works available from Gilmore Gallery of the ...

daphne odjig | Daphne Odjig - original works available from Gilmore Gallery of the ...

Bath Time by Daphne Odjig

Daphne Odjig - original works available from Gilmore Gallery of the Arts - Daphne Odjig Four Decades of Prints,

In My Sunday Best, Daphne Odjig (Anishinaabe) (Canada)

by Daphne Odjig, Anishinaabe (Odawa & Potawatami) from Wikwemikong Manitoulin Island, ON "In My Sunday Best"

Daphne Odjig - original works available from Gilmore Gallery of the Arts - Daphne Odjig Four Decades of Prints,

Daphne Odjig - original works available from Gilmore Gallery of the Arts - Daphne Odjig Four Decades of Prints,

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