"Direction" is one of our favourite Kurt Flett works of art. The brilliantly rendered white-spotted loons appear to be dancing and swirling under the vivid red sun that is an integral element in Flett's work. This richly coloured print will brighten up any space adding energy and excitement to your decor. Wonderful in art arrangements of similarly sized Kurt Flett or other First Nations art. Available in ready-to-hang museum-wrapped canvas unframed or framed in an elegant floater frame in your choice of Antique Gold, Brushed Silver, Classic Black, Cherry Brown or Expresso Brown. Museum-wrapped canvas measures 8" x 10" and in frame measures 8-1/4" x 10 1/4".
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Visualizing How You Can Display Smaller Scale Artwork? Here's Some Inspiration!
The art in the photo below may be 8-1/4"" x 10-1/4" or even if it's a little larger, the idea of grouping smaller scale art is the same. Leave an equal amount of space in between each piece—top, bottom and sides— and display at least eight in each grouping (minimum of 6)—above a sofa, staircase wall, in the dining room and anywhere you want a splash of colour and lots of interest.
About Kurt Flett (1956 to 2011)
Born in 1956, and raised at Garden Hill, Manitoba, he began drawing around age 11 and was influenced by such artists as Jackson Beardy and Stanley Monias. He worked as a teacher for ten years before pursuing a full-time artistic career in 1986. His work was exhibited across Canada and the United States, and was strongly influenced by Woodland Cree artistic traditions. A red sun was a characteristic element of his works. He died on 8 May 2011, from complications of diabetes. He was buried in the Aboriginal Memorial Gardens.