We feature two pieces of art by Manitoba artist Candace Lipischak – Le procès déséquilibré, Reclaiming the Prairie. Watch this interview on the story behind her art pieces.
About Candace Lipischak
Candace Lipischak is a multidisciplinary Franco-Métis artist from Manitoba. Having worked in graphic design for over 10 years she branched out even more creatively in 2015 as a jewelry designer and owner of Fat Daug-Hand Carved Antler Jewelry. Fat Daug is short for Father-Daughter and the art of antler carving which was taught by her father and mentor Larry. Click here to visit her website.
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