Bringing Good Medicine Sketchbook


This sketchbook features 50 pages of uncoated, perforated 110gsm sketch paper. The back cover includes a biography and headshot of the artist. This sketchbook showcases the Good Medicine art work by Anishinaabe, Lake St. Martin First Nation artist Jackie Traverse.

Dimensions : 8.5 x 11 inch (21.6 x 28 cm)

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Jackie Traverse is a multi-disciplinary First Nation artist based in Winnipeg. Her diverse body of work blends popular and traditional cultural themes, drawing from her experiences in urban environments, contemporary visual arts, traditional crafts, and her cultural heritage. Traverse works with various mediums, including oils, acrylics, mixed media, sculpture, and stop-motion animation.

Traverse is a prominent figure in art communities across Canada. Her paintings, drawings, documentaries, and sculptures explore the realities of being an Aboriginal woman. Notably, she has produced stop-motion animations on significant issues, such as the epidemic of missing and murdered Indigenous women in Canada, the “Sixties Scoop” in “Two Scoops,” and “Empty,” a tribute to her estranged mother. Profoundly affected by the injustices faced by First Nations people, Jackie is dedicated to her community. She teaches art in public schools, integrating traditional First Nations teachings with diverse cultural perspectives.