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Panamick, Martin
1956 - 1977

Martin, an important early member of the Manitoulin group of painters, was born in West Bay and killed in a traffic accident in 1977. He made a significant contribution to the Ojibwe Cultural Foundation in West Bay where his designs were used in educational material such as "Why the Beaver has a broad tail" and "Ko-Ko-Ko, The Owl" and in commercial material such as hasty notes and calendars.

His major works in acrylic are in many permanent collections. His enthusiasm encouraged many to begin to paint, including his younger brother, Stanley.


The following works by this artist are available in our catalogue.
untitled - #11
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