Douglas Cooper Fox

Doug Fox is an Ojibway painter painting on the Woodland School traditions. He cites Benjamin Chi-Chi, Richard Bedwas and Norval Morrisseau as his influences.

Fox is from the Wikwemikong Indian Reserve in the north-eastern section of Manitoulin Island in Ontario, Canada. The Woodland Style of Ojibwe native painting originated from Manitoulin Island. Its most famous member is Norval Morrisseau.

Fox became a full time commission artist for worldwide native art collectors such as Proctors and Gamble, Castle Entertainment and private individual collectors.

He had exhibited as Royal Bank of Canada BCE Place, Miami Art International and other prestigious shows.

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