Coast Salish artist creates surreal images of colonialism, greed, pollution
At first glance, Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun’s work reflects his Coast Salish and Okanagan heritage. Vibrant colours combine with cultural references in the forms of masks, animals and totems. But on deeper inspection it tells stories of colonialism, corporate greed and pollution — just to name a few.
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@Regrann from @natgeo - @FransLanting Blue Lion A ghost at twilight this male lion is small in the landscape yet powerful in his presence. I watched him slink through the grass of Kenyas Maasai Mara periodically raising his head to check his surroundings. At twilight light becomes blue turning the savanna into an otherworldly realm from which this lone male emerged. The momentary flash from my strobe illuminated his eyes which intensified his glare. Follow me @FransLanting to see more…