In 1999, Carl Beam produced 29 visually striking pieces of work that, while true to his mixed medium style, blending contemporary art with traditional Indigenous symbols, seemed to be louder and more direct in exploring the painful history of residential schools and Indigenous colonization in Canada.

Limited edition prints were created, numbered and signed by Carl Beam. Only 300 prints of each piece were made.

Canada Fine Art holds a large collection of this body of work, and has partnered with the Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health to showcase these works within the larger conversation of Truth & Reconilliation in Canada.


Per print

$595 with Framing

Framing Size: 31 x 41 cm


Master Lithographer M. Bernard Loates is recognized as one of Canada’s finest printing artisans. Loates is best known in the United States for his M. Bernard Loates Edition of John James Audubon, Birds in America.

Canada Fine Art is one of the largest collections of limited edition, pre-Millenium works from over 40 different celebrated Canadian artists.

Canada Fine Art prints are produced by Master Lithographer M. Bernard Loates, signed and numbered by each artist, and authenticated by Paul Bremner, making these prints a treasured and rare piece of Canadian history.

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