Dee Barsy

Ingodwewaan (One Couple) Pair of Ducks

Ingodwewaan (One Couple) Pair of Ducks

Acrylic on Panel
48 x 48 in

$10,200.00 including frame


Dee Barsy
Bookwaashi (s/he breaks in two in the wind) - Eagle and Woodpecker

Bookwaashi (s/he breaks in two in the wind) – Eagle and Woodpecker

Acrylic on Panel
48 x 48 in

$10,200.00 including frame


Dee Barsy
Aanji-bimaadiziwin (A Changed Life) - Hawk and Hummingbird

Aanji-bimaadiziwin (A Changed Life) – Hawk and Hummingbird

Acrylic on Panel
48 x 48 in

$10,200.00 including frame


Dee Barsy
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Dee Barsy (Ojibwe) is an emerging visual artist and a member of Skownan First Nation, Manitoba (Treaty 2). Barsy was raised on Treaty 1 territory: the original lands of Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation. She is currently enrolled in the MFA Studio Arts program at Concordia University, living and working on the unceded Indigenous lands of the Kanien’kehá:ka Nation in Tiohtià:ke/Montréal, Quebec.

Barsy graduated with a BFA from the University of Manitoba. In September 2017, Dee was commissioned to create artworks for the INSURGENCE/RESURGENCE exhibition at the Winnipeg Art Gallery. The exhibition featured the work of 29 emerging to established contemporary Indigenous artists from across Canada. Barsy had her first solo exhibition at Urban Shaman Contemporary Aboriginal Art Gallery in September 2019. There, she transformed the gallery space, floor to wall, with a mural featuring abstract representations of various local insects and spiders painted on top of her signature rhythmic lines and blue background. Her artwork is included in the Global Affairs Visual Art Collection, the Manitoba Museum collection, the Winnipeg Art Gallery collection and many private collections.

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