Dancing Fire

In stock
Product Details
"Dancing Fire" is a painting from Meenunyaaka and is a representation of bannock being cooked on the hot coals with fresh, clear water from the nearby stream. In the book, Norman Chartrand recounts his childhood memories of blueberry picking and the delicious taste of the blueberries with bannock from the fire. He recounts how he felt safe, loved and protected when he would sit under the stars with his brothers by the fire. One of my own favorite memories is sitting by the fire, under the stars and telling stories with my family and friends. The dancing flames represent stories that spark and fuel our imagination, creativity and connect us to people and places.

Signed Prints: 150
Medium: Fine Art Paper on 188 GSM
Image Size: 9" x 12"
Finished Size: 11" x 14"

Save this product for later

Boozhoo, Annin Keesis Sagay Egette Kwe nindiznikaz. Anishinaabek Saulteuax bimaawidassi indowe. Moozwaanoew dodem niinda’awa. Pine Creek, Duck Bay n’doonjibaa.

My name is Dr. Jennifer Leason and my Anishinaabek name translates to First Shining Rays of Sunlight Woman. I am a member of the Pine Creek Indian Band and the mother of two amazing children- Lucas and Lucy.

My art represents my own healing and connection to my mother, grandparents and the ancestors who continue to guide our journeys. Che miigwetch Kiche Manidou. Che miigwetch nemiin wendam oma ayayenne!

Scroll to Top