Goyce Kakegamic is active/lives in Ontario / Canada. Goyce Kakegamic is known for allegory, fantasy and ceremony painting, printmaking, teaching.
Photo courtesy of Lakehead University (c. 2007)
Biography Goyce Kakegamic
Goyce Kakegamic B.A., B.Ed., D.Litt. (1948)
A prominent Canadian painter, printmaker, educator and community leader, Goyce Kakegamic was born on the Sandy Lake Indian Reserve, Ontario and currently lives in Thunder Bay, Ontario. His works are in the permanent collections of several museums.
His primary mediums are acrylics, serigraph* and mixed mediums. His subjects are allegory*, animals, fantasy, figures, legends, mythology, satire, social commentary, spirituality and traditional ceremonies. His style is usually described as Woodland School of Art*; however, it could also be described as Abstraction*, Modernism* and Surrealism*. Kakegamic signs his works in either English or in syllabics*, and occasionally in both. AskART ha