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Joane Cardinal-Schubert

The work of Joane Cardinal-Schubert is a powerful integration of historical symbolic motifs personal “herstory” and political events. The result is a potent visual exploration of subjects particularly significant to the native community in Canada and an important influence in the development of deeper understanding by the population at large. It is a dynamic body of work unique in its subject matter, its approach and its execution. Schubert has become one of this country’s most honoured and respected artists not only because of her talent, but also because of her strong cultural statements and social perceptions. 

Joane was born in Red Deer Alberta in 1942 and lived a grand and artistic life up until 2009. Cardinal Schubert is represents in selected public collections; The National Gallery of Canada, The Indian Arts Centre Collection, The Art Bank, The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, The Alberta Foundations for the Arts, The Canadian Museum of civilization, and the Thunder Bay Art Gallery. She also has pieces of her work in the collections of her majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the Canadian Embassies in Japan, New York, Tokyo, Stockholm, and Duke and Duchess of York in London, England. 

 

Her Masterpieces are also featured in many corporate collections such as Shell Canada Limited, Bank of America, Esso Resources, Northern Telecom, Bank of Montreal and many International private Collections. 

Joane Cardinal-Schubert became an incredibly recognized artist of her time and her work will be cherished and remembered for decades to come. 

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