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How can I work with Patrick?

Patrick Hunter works primarily out of Toronto, Canada, but is open to project proposals from anywhere. Patrick regularly takes on commissions and is open to artistic and corporate collaborations. Contact Patrick directly to find out more.

What is Woodland Art?

Woodland Art is a distinct style of Native art that sees beyond the exterior of the subjects and depicts the spirit through an internal view. Popularized in the late 1960's by Norval Morrisseau, an inspirational Ojibwe artist from Northern Ontario, the style often depicts stories and symbols from Native North American beliefs. Woodland Art subjects typically include things like people, plants, animals, spirit, and strong symbolism, blending them with bold distinct shapes, strong lines and colours.

Collaborations & Partnerships

Patrick is a new member to the Canadian Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce family, which has led to partnerships and collaborations with RBC, BMO, STAPLES Canada, and Redwood Classics Apparel. He has also served as the Artist-in-Residence for the Prince's Trust Canada charity. Additionally, Patrick has collaborated with eBay Canada on an apparel collection with proceeds going to Indigenous charities, and entities such as Global Affairs Canada have purchased gifts from his scarf collections.

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Ojibway artist Patrick Hunter on
seeing Canada through a different lens.