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To celebrate and showcase Canada’s talented First Nation, Métis and Inuit artists, designers and crafters by dedicating to promote their workmanship for the world to see!

About Delree

Delree Dumont is a First Nation woman whose family is from Onion Lake Cree Nation, Saskatchewan. Delree always excelled in the arts since she was a child and continued painting throughout her life, even while working in the oil and gas industry for 32 years.

She paints mostly in acrylics but has enjoyed painting with oils and watercolors. She enjoys painting wildlife, horses and aboriginal dancers in their regalia.

Her style varies between realism and pointillism. Her pointillism paintings appear to be like bead work on canvas and she enjoys seeing peoples reaction when they get up close to her paintings.

She left the oil and gas industry to persue her dream of opening a Native Art Gallery. You can find her artwork on this website.
Delree Dumont, Traditional Woman’s Dancer

Delree Dumont – Traditional Woman’s Dancer