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February 14, 2014

Nikonian Northern Exposure # 12

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Bridging the native Mi'kmaq cultures of Canada and the aboriginal people in Colombia,

Peter's passion and spiritual journey is apparant in his photographic vision; a connection

to this powerful roots of his identity. Peter?s descendants in Newfoundland were the

Beothuck people and thought to be extinct; as a Qalipu Mi?kmaq he finds meaning from the

relationships of the earth and people and this translates into the powerful and stunning

images he will present. Most of us have lived through an experience where we faced some

challenges and hardship. In exploring our questions and reflecting on our relationship with

the world we can embrace meaningful insight. In loss and living, spirituality has provided

necessary meaning to capture the resilience and passion which guide his artistic vision.

Click here to listen to Peter Podcast

Posted by pspence at February 14, 2014 2:50 AM