April White
April White received her Bachelor of Science degree in Geology from the University of British Columbia. She has worked as a geologist in remote areas of the Canadian west, an experience which has been of assistance in developing the visual faculty essential to her painting.
Entirely self-taught, her natural inclination to paint stems from a heritage in which art is a cultural tradition. April White was born in the Queen Charlotte Islands, and, through her father, is a direct descendant to the renowned Haida artist Charles Edenshaw, of the Eagle Clan.

"Innovation and adaptation have always been part of the Haida culture.
I use what I can to reveal those qualities.

Below is a mosaic of April's work, featuring her Lithographs, Watercoloured Serigraphs, Hand-Pulled Serigraphs, and Watercolour Originals, including three peices new for 1998. Clicking on any image will display a larger picture with description, or you can skip the wait and take a tour...

Limited Edition Offset Lithographs
The Pesuta Across the Hiellen Moon Over Rennell Sound
Western Ranger Secret Passage Breeze Across Wickaninnish
Wickaninnish Wasgo Surfacing
Rest from Paddling Killer Whale Footprints in the Sand

Limited Edition Watercolour/Serigraphs
Hand-Signed Art Cards are available for each of these peices, at a cost of $5 cdn including shipping.
Sentinel in the Shadow Room With a View Sounding
Raven Steals the Light

Hand-Pulled Serigraphs
Balance Haida Warrior
Frog Summer's Mood

Watercolour Originals
Faces of Wickanninish Looking Ahead Inside Passage
A Walk along San Josef Oceania Misty Mountain
Leaning West Wild Roses of Wickanninish Whale Play
Afternoon Trail Water Etching Low Tide
Shelter Brisk Afternoon
Across to Texada Myrtle Rocks The Pacific
Through The Trees Towing the Line Past Hibben
Ripples of Gentle Flow Guarding Kootenay
San Josef Islet Reaching for San Josef Waveprints
Two Red Zinnias Supertunias Hot Pink Zinnia