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[Coghlan Art Gallery] "Stain Glass Effect" by Norval Morrisseau. via NMAI site: Norval Morrisseau: Shaman Artist Organized and circulated by the National Gallery of Canada October 2008 George Gustav Heye Center, New York Between the

"Shaman" is an ancient word from the Evenki tribe in Siberia, a reindeer people, and it means “the one who sees in the dark,” or “the one who knows.” The Inner Shaman is the core awareness, the wise one within you who knows and sees the truth, who walks in beauty and balance, who has access to infinite knowledge, infinite power, and infinite tranquility. What better name could there be?” Awaken the Inner Shaman - Jose Luis Stevens, PhD

"Shaman" is an ancient word from the Evenki tribe in Siberia, a reindeer people, and it means “the one who sees in the dark,” or “the one who knows.” The Inner Shaman is the core awareness, the wise one within you who knows and sees the truth, who walks in beauty and balance, who has access to infinite knowledge, infinite power, and infinite tranquility. What better name could there be?” Awaken the Inner Shaman - Jose Luis Stevens, PhD

Norval Morrisseau, Portrait of the Artist as Jesus Christ (p. 29, 178)

Norval Morrisseau, Portrait of the Artist as Jesus Christ (p. 29, 178)