Photo by Daisy Wu
A figures wears a black veil that covers their nose and mouth. The figure has their chest exposed and wears a light blue skirt, and has bird-like claw feet. They stand in front of a black circular background that has two eyes. Light pink flowers border the figure.
Artist(s): Bubzee & Sage Nowak

Wind of the Supernatural

Completed: 2020

This mural was a collaboration between Bubzee and Sage Nowak.

Here is a statement about the artists: “Bubzee and Sage Nowak work together to combine the ancient art of the Pacific Northwest coast First Nations and settler pagan mysticism. Sage’s traditional art is glimpse into the supernatural world making visions tangible. Bubzee is a powerful wind; from the howl a whisper tells old stories that bring you to the roots of magic in nature. Their works weave together two cultures creating a powerful tapestry of reclamation. Their work is political, environmental, and spiritual. Their art creates awareness and touches on topics such as missing and murdered indigenous woman, fish farms, land and water defense, and indigenous/human rights issues in a variety of mediums including sculpture, painting, printing, beading, fashion, design, and performance. They are both professional independent artist that have been collaborating over the past five years and will continue into the future.”

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Where to Find This Mural

Location: 396 Portage Ave Winnipeg MB R3C 0C7 Get Directions