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Migwan Salmon Bookmark Download
4 per page
As an art activity for home, school, or community setting: print side 1 only for the Migwan Salmon colouring bookmark.
As a point-of-purchase item for bookstores and other retailers: print double-sided for book promotion. Customers will enjoy this free colouring bookmark to bring home. The reverse side includes a space for your store stamp or personal message to customers.
Includes two PDF files: one black and white, and one colour.
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Colour, trace, circle, seek, and search!
This 20 page book, featuring artwork by Migwan, will provide hours of creative fun for people aged 6-12. See inside front cover for further copying permissions extended to educators.
About the Artist
Migwan is Don Bonner, son of Douglas and Carol Bonner. He is a member of the Shabot Obaadjiwan First Nation, part of the Bear Clan of the Algonquin Nation. He uses multiple methods of creating contemporary art that draws inspiration from traditional styles.
Don is grateful to the People of Snuneymuxw, on whose traditional lands he currently lives. He is grateful for the honour of working with local Elders and Knowledge Keepers in the pursuit of developing his art. Don finds inspiration from his mentors, and the natural surroundings of the west coast. His art is especially inspired from participating in Tribal Journeys since 2017.
Personalize a gift or mail a meaningful message with Daniel Puglas Colouring Cards. These make a great art activity for the family, community group, or educational setting.
Artist biography is printed on the reverse of every card.
Daniel Puglas Gwe Ek Kalis descends from the Gwawaenuk Tribe on his mother’s (Sally Williams) side and Mamalilikulla First Nation on his father’s (Daniel Puglas Sr.) side. Daniel was taught by his late grandparents, Hereditary Chief Fred Williams and matriarch Elsie Williams (Wamiss), who were well-known for wooden carvings and designing traditional wardrobes.
In addition to wooden carvings, Danny also creates bentwood boxes, plaques, masks, drawings & paintings. His art is well-known both locally & across North America.
Danny lives in Nanaimo BC, with his wife Tami and their two sons Daniel Puglas Jr. and Samuel Puglas.