Christian Morrisseau

Christian was born and raised in Red Lake, Ontario. He is the son of the renowned Woodland Artist, Norval Morriseau, and the 2nd child to follow in his father’s footsteps.

Christian paints paints his animal images, landscape, his father and children, his tradition, his legends in the Woodland style of his father. His artistic gifts are developing with intensity, discipline, and passion. His works sell well in many markets.

Christian also teaches the Woodland art style to both native and non-native students in Thunder Bay and across other northwestern Ontario communities. Christian Morrisseau’s work can be found throughout Canada in Ottawa, Toronto, Thunder Bay, Windsor, Winnipeg, Vancouver and Qualicum.

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