Men's Health and Beauty Therapist ; offering Manscaping Spa Services Belleville /Trenton ,Prince Edward Co, Ontario. Mancave Wall Art/Home Decor ideas from online Nova Scotia French Acadian artist Gallery of Claude Edwin Theriault . Using multiple (POD) Print on Demand platforms to provide cost effective Mancave Wall art/Home Decor with art reproductions. From laminated artworks ,to T-Shirt/Shower Curtain to Phone Case/Yoga Mat... it's a great way to have an art piece without the price tag of buying the original. Nova Scotia French Acadian Culture ranges from visual artist to musicians due to; the spirit of l'Acadie that runs deep in Nova Scotian Baie Ste Marie residents, celebrating their 250 anniversary.. As one of the province's founding cultures, there are still to this day reminders of the intrepid Spirit of French settlers who first claimed Nova Scotia as their home in the seventeenth century. With names like...Robichaud, Melanson, Belliveau, Guilbeau, Bourg (Bourque), Babineau, Granger, Doucet, Vincent, Leveron, Lord, Breau, Brun, Gaudet, Savoie, Lanoue, Thériault, Dupuis, Blanchard, LeBlanc, Bourgeois, Hébert, LaBauve, Petitpas, Préjean et Roy. - Et sur la rive sud sont les familles acadiennes: Dugas, Boudreau, Thériault, Bergeron, Dugas, Doucet, Comeau, Michel, Martin, Pitre, Léger, Thibodeau, Girouard, Dupuis, Hébert, Forêt, Poitevin, Daigle, Bastarache et Richard.
May of 2018 sees the collection of French Acadian Artist Claude Edwin Theriault moving to the Digby Co land of Maude Lewis.It is the News Trend to watch in mainstream representations of French Acadian Culture that are always straight out of Wikipedia in that standard issue historic patrimonial sense.
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There is so much more to this vibrant community then what is out there. Early artist inspiration was Maritime folk Art , now more First Nations Inspired and runs parallel to equally interesting Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq Culture and will continue to do so.
Since there is little room for fresh self representing artistic voice and expression.If the standard Canadian Arts Council clan are not behind it, then it does not see the light of day.
All cultural representations are in Acadian Music, Culture, Festivals and Genealogy in Nova Scotia.... and that's it that's all, very challenging for an artist to have a voice.
The spirit of French Acadians is very vibrant and innovative, like everything everywhere the internet has changed the collective mindset of this Patrimonial culture.
Have a look at the image below depicting the Annapolis Valley area circa 1707. Get a copy of it for your home....go have a look.
The mainstream bread winner is french acadian song, music with emphasis on accents, saying and dialect. Leaving the visual arts out for the most part, providing it is visual representations of Evangeline et Gabriel .
Written in The english language and published in 1847. The poem follows the "Story of a nice Acadian Girl" named Evangeline and her pain body search for her lost love Gabriel, set during the time of the Expulsion of the Acadians.....classic opera template.
It became Longfellow's most famous work in his lifetime and remains one of his most popular and enduring works..... God bless.
The poem had a powerful effect in defining both Acadian history and identity in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. More recent scholarship has revealed the historical errors in the poem and the complexity of the Expulsion and those involved, which the poem ignores
The current Acadian cultural Hermitage site is Grand-Pré Heritage site key note as to why it became Canada's 16th World Heritage Site inscribed by UNESCO in 2012.
Since it is where the tourist go to ... uncover the tale of Le Grand Dérangement: a tragic event in Acadian history that has shaped the vibrant culture of modern-day Acadians across the globe through its quiet but powerful renaissance.
Yet there is no sympathy for todays plight of the close to 70 million people currently in a state of deportation.A is shown in the Al Weiwei documentary Human Flow.
That we are all in a state of Human Flow like Al Weiwei tries show us , yet, no one is interested.
Self representation is the only option for the ones who are not in the beautiful clicks and clans . Comes as no surprise ,cliques and clans is a global phenomenon.
Go have a look The Youtube channel that features the artwork of Nova Scotia based French Acadian Artist Claude Edwin Theriault, it has passed the One Million Views... go figure. That is what happens when mainstream.
Be daring and actually subscribe to the Channel so that Youtube can keep you informed by sending you video updates as soon aa they are posted .
Till then go have a look at the busy innovative Shamanic Inspired Online French Acadian Art Gallery of Claude Edwin Theriault it just might show you a different side of the Culture, yet parallel mainstream.
Read relevant Nova Scotia Artist Gallery info at my blog post.
Stand by for updates on the coming up for sale availability of these close to one hundred works on canvas and several hundred works on paper.
Frequently asked questions ( FAQ)
What is the meaning of the Acadian Flag?
What are the main Acadian Customs ?
What are traditional Acadian Dishes?
What is the difference between Acadians and Quebecois ?
What are some Acadian dialect words ?
Why is Acadian Music and dance so important ?
The list is standard usual suspects in a a list of tired stereotypes in need of a post zero point cultural revamp, that is coming soon.