Jean Taylor

Tlingit

Jean Taylor is from the Dakhl awedi Clan of the Teslin Tlingit Nation. She loves to paint people of her culture in regalia and enjoys capturing the dynamic movement of dance which is encouraged by plenty of positive feedback. She is especially fond of painting grandmothers and most recently is painting totem animals. Portraiture, however, remains her favorite activity. 

 

2015
-People’s Choice, Adaka Festival, Whitehorse, Yukon
2014
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People’s Choice, Adaka Festival, Whitehorse, Yukon
2013
-miniature juried into “The Best and Brightest Show”, Scottsdale Art School, Phoenix, AZ
-People’s and Artist’s Choice Award, Adaka Festival, Whitehorse, Yukon
-selected by Yukon Geoscience Forum, art competition
2012
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exhibited at the 54th Annual Heard Museum Festival in Phoenix, AZ
-People’s Choice Award at Adaka Art Festival in Whitehorse, Yukon
2011
-painting entitled “Conversation” presented to Federal Minister of Justice
-solo exhibition at the Micah Native Gallery in Calgary, AB
-exhibited at the 53rd Annual Heard Museum Art Festival in Phoenix, AZ
-exhibited at the 1st Annual Adaka Festival in Whitehorse, Yukon
-exhibited at the One of a Kind Show in Vancouver, BC
-painting “Working with Grandmothers selected by Yukon Government Permanent Collection”
2010
-exhibited at the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver
-contributing artist for VANOC 2010 with a legacy piece installed at the Whistler Sliding Centre
-exhibited at the Tlingit Celebration in Juneau, AK
-solo exhibition at the Steinbreuck  Native Gallery in Seattle, WA
2009
-traveling solo exhibition entitled “Best Foot Forward” in Dawson Creek, Victoria and Fort St. John
-exhibited in the Indigenous Exhibit at the United Nations
-exhibited at the Western Showcase at the Calgary Stampede
-solo exhibition entitled “Through My Eyes” at the Copper Moon Gallery in Whitehorse, YT
2008
-exhibited at the 50th Annual Heard Museum Indian Art Festival in Phoenix, AZ
-exhibited at the 3rd Annual Canadian First Nation & Inuit Art Festival in Annecy, France
-exhibited in the Indigenous Exhibit at the United Nations
-People’s Choice and Mentorship Award at the 1st Annual Yukon First  Nations Art Festival
-People’s Choice Award at the Great Northern Arts Festival in Inuvik, NWT
-solo exhibition entitled “The Many Faces of the Aces” at Arts Underground in Whitehorse, YT
2007
-People’s Choice and Artist’s Choice at the Great Northern Art Festival in Inuvik, NWT
-two paintings presented to the Governor General of Canada
2005
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award in the Peace Liard Regional Juried Art Show
-third prize in the Peace Hills Trust National Art Competition

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