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Thu, Apr 18, 2024 09:30PM EDT
Lot 292


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Limited Edition mixed media woodblock print on rice paper by artist, Suezan Aikins (Nova Scotia, 1952-), signed lower right, center titled "Moonfishing" & numbered 68/200. Art measures 12" h x 27" w mounted in a frame measuring  18.5" x 32.5". 

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Aikins' work has been featured throughout Canada in various solo and group shows as well as in a variety of publications and broadcasts. She has been awarded grants & honors including Canadian Progress Club, Women of Excellence Award for Culture, Royal Canadian Academy of Art, Nova Scotia Department of Culture grants, Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant &  Pauline Manning Award for Excellence. Selected corporate & private collections include The Canada Council Art Bank; Hudson Bay Collection; Nickle Art Museum; Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Federal Business Development Bank; Nova Scotia Art Bank; Mt.Allison University; Royal Bank of Canada; Bank of America; Manufacturer's Life Insurance Co.; Atlantic Lotto Corp.; Bank of Montreal; Mount Saint Vincent University; Dofasco Innocan Inc.; Mirabaud Canada; Prince Takamadonomiya Norihito; Embassy of Canada, Tokyo; Thomas More Institute, Montreal; Tokai Bank of Canada & more.