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Introducing MNP’s 2020 Indigenous Services Calendar
James Faubert is a North Bay, Ontario-born, predominantly self-taught artist currently based out of the North Cobalt / Lorrain Valley area. He is the second youngest of 15 children and has previously lived in the communities of Bear Island and the Temagami First nation, of which he is a member.
Ever the creative spirit, James frequently drew and painted as a child while his peers preferred to play with toys. He received some formal training and guidance early in his adult career from the internationally-renowned woodland artist Hugh McKenzie – one of his early influences in Indigenous art, alongside Benjamin Chee Chee and Wallace Irvine. He has since developed a style and point of view which are unique and entirely recognizable as his own.
This piece, entitled ‘Gathering’ is a beautiful example of preferred medium, acrylic on canvas, and depicts “the spiritual connection between the land, the people and creation.”
For more information about MNP’s Indigenous Services, locations and local team members please contact Caitlin Dika at 403.536.5593 or [email protected]
Jason Carter is a member of the Little Red River Cree Nation and widely regarded as one of Canada’s most exciting and accomplished contemporary Aboriginal visual artists. Celebrated for both his paintings and his carvings, his work has received widespread national acclaim – including a solo show at Alberta House during the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, recognition as ‘Emerging Artist of the Year’ at the Mayor’s Evening of the Arts in Edmonton and one of Avenue Magazine’s Top 40 Under 40.
Extremely prolific and dedicated to his craft, Jason invests seven days per week into either his painting or carving work.
A Cree descendent of Cross Lake, Norway House and Fisher River, artist Gayle Sinclaire created the artwork for MNP’s 2018 calendar.
"The Four Women Speaks is a dedication for all women of the directions; a gathering of grandmothers, mothers, daughters, sisters, aunts and friends. Our women are bearers of water and new life. They are keepers of the circle of families and communities and world peace keepers.
A special hidden message underlies to continue the search and support for our missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls."
– Gayle Sinclaire
MNP’s 2017 calendar was created by Loretta Gould, a Mi’kmaq artist from Cape Breton Island. Growing up a member of the Waycobah First Nation, her art is spiritual and a way to get her feelings on canvas. It’s said it's a dream to see her use of bright, beautiful colors. Loretta’s dream is to share her art around the world.
Archie Beaulieu, creator of MNP’s 2016 calendar, was a well-established artist with international reputation from Behchoko, Northwest Territories.
Like most of Archie’s work, Young Northern Bull was inspired by the stories his grandmother passed down surrounding the legends of each animal included in the piece. As living creatures, we are reliant on one another to push the spirit and life of the land forward.
MNP is a leading national accounting, tax and consulting firm to Canada’s Indigenous communities. We have invested more time and resources into understanding Indigenous needs than any other firm. With more than 250 Indigenous clients and 300 professionals, MNP has developed a diverse suite of services designed to preserve our clients’ traditions and position them for success.
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