“Sky Dance – Inukshuk”
Journal 5″ x 7″
by Artist Amy Keller-Rempp
This journal features authentic Indigenous Art
Journals are 5″ x 7″ with a hard bound cover
Contains 80 pages of lined paper, an elastic closure, and bookmark
The artists name, tribal affiliation, biography and title of the design appear on the back cover
Artist Amy Keller-Rempp’s beautiful artwork can be found in many different products, such as Art Cards, Art Prints, Mugs, Plates, Journals, Calendars, Planners, and more!
AUTHENTIC INDIGENOUS ART
The artist or copyright holder has been paid a royalty for the sale of this product
Paper, Ink, Elastic,
Item Size: 12.7 x 17.8 x 1.3 cm (5″ X 7″)
Item Weight: 210g
Designed in Canada
Artist: Amy Keller-Rempp – Métis (German and Tyendinaga Mohawk), Ontario
Cultural origin: Métis (German and Mohawk from Tyendinaga), Ontario
Amy Keller-Rempp of mixed race, was born to a hard-working German pipeline worker father (Dale) and a proud and caring wife (Bonnie), both supported and encouraged her to be dedicated to her artistic talents. Growing up in rural Ontario has endowed the aspiring artist with many ideas, a great source of inspiration and an opportunity to study animals and their habitats.
Amy Keller-Rempp is an incredibly talented Canadian artist. She came into the world with a gift from God, she believes in her First Nations (Mohawk) ancestors and the memory of her father drives her passion She mainly uses acrylic and oil, on many different types of canvas, and developed several unique styles which she describes as Modern Impressionism. Her ability to grind and sculpt metal makes her one of the best metal art artists in the world.
“My parents,” she explained, “have always been the driving force” They often told me how proud they were of me; both said I would be famous someday. They encouraged me to persevere and although my father is no longer of this world, I still feel this encouragement.
The Journal features Authentic Indigenous Art