Chris Larsen

Chris Larsen is an award Winning, Manitoba Métis artist who lives along the Boyne River, once known as the Rivière aux Îlets de Bois. It is the homeland of her Métis Ancestors and it was from along this river, with help of the Canadian government, that her ancestors were removed by white settlers.

Embedded into her soul is the land, water and forest. Conserving the natural environment has always been a compelling mission, as well as sharing her love of art and nature through workshops and retreats at her River’s Edge Studio.

The artwork of Chris Larsen has led to deep exploration of her maternal Métis legacy. Her bold and evocative work in paint, steel, resin, silver and fibre is driven by the ancestral search for meaning and belonging. It is a celebration of the science and mysticism of our natural world.

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