Our site has grown to over 100 items.

There's still new works to come so come back often. Our merchandise department has 16 items that let you take this beautiful art on the go.

We are proud to present our two principal artists, Jay Bell Redbird & Halina Stopyra.  You can now buy your favourite prints right from our site.

Jay and Halina are both accepting commission work. If you are interested, please email your contact details to info@redbird.gallery and we will be in touch.

Some of the meaning behind Jay's art.

Many Anishinaabeg view the Seven Grandfather Teachings as traditional knowledge that collectively represents what is needed for community survival. The origin of the teachings is unknown but elders confirm these are important verbs that have long been a part of the language. These fundamental teachings became widely known as the “Seven Grandfathers” when the Anishinaabeg slowly began to control their own education during and after the American Indian Movement. As elders began to retell stories they heard as children they connected the present to a past when these values were both a part of ceremonies and everyday life. Regardless of how they came to be used together, when they now appear in a circle they symbolize much of what defines Minobimaadizi / Living Well. Source: ojibwe.net

Below are some limited edition prints that feature the seven grandfathers teachings.