Yuxweluptun

Yuxweluptun | Yuxweluptun is Salish for “man of many masks”, a fitting name for artist Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun who paints “landscapes with vivid, acidic colours, merging Native iconography with a surrealist influence to address West Coast Native issues”- National Gallery.

Usage: “My favourite Yuxweluptun piece is An Indian Shooting the Indian Act.explore-the-lexicon

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