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Aaron Paquette


My People, by Aaron Paquette

Aaron Paquette is one of Canada’s premiere First Nations artists known for his bright colours, strong lines and for sharing new ways of looking at age-old experiences and beliefs. Based in Edmonton, Alberta, Aaron has been creating art for the past 20 years. He apprenticed and has become both a Cathedral Stained Glass artist and a Goldsmith, influences of which can be seen in the line and structure of his paintings – displayed in various galleries throughout the country. Aaron is currently serving as the Edmonton City Counsellor for Ward 4.

Aaron Paquette, a descendant of the Cree and Cherokee, is a young artist with immense talent. In addition to his acrylic works, Aaron has apprenticed in stain glass and goldsmithing. “I am an artist. In my paintings, I seek to nurture a relationship with the viewer. I try to use colours that are calming, but also fresh and exciting … In each painting I try to include a story that is meaningful to me and encourages discussion. I hope that my works can act as part of a catalyst for greater understanding … My work almost always features an aspect of nature and our relationship with the earth.


In Edmonton Aaron is represented by Bearclaw Gallery,

10403 124 Street, Edmonton, Alberta


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