Indigenous Art 2021 Artist, Cody Houle

Welcome to Woodland Cultural Centre’s Indigenous Art 2021 Exhibition.

Established in 1975, this is one of the longest running multi-media exhibitions that provide artists an opportunity to exhibit and sell their work in a fine art gallery setting. WCC is pleased to announce the return of this annual Juried Exhibition and we can’t wait to share the selected works with the public. Indigenous Art 2021 will be running September 11 – November 20, 2021.


Meet Artist, Cody Houle

Cody Houle / Stalking Heron Art is an Anishinaabe artist from Southwestern Ontario, Canada. A self-taught painter, Houle began painting at the age of 31 after going through major bouts of depression. Painting gave him an outlet instead of holding everything in. Though drawn to abstract visuals it is the woodland paintings that resonate most for Houle and his sense of his culture. Growing up, Houle felt shame and guilt surrounding his Native identity; now, his art allows him to show pride and strength in being an Indigenous man. Houle believes it is important to share art to inspire hope and encourage anyone to create. 


Cody’s Featured Artwork

Cody Houle

Grand River Harmony, 2021

Acrylic on stretched canvas

36” x 48” / 91.4cm x 121.9cm


















If you’re interested in purchasing Cody’s Art, download our Art Sales Form Here


Have questions for Cody? Click here to email the artist!


Make sure to book your admission tickets to see Indigenous Art 2021! Can’t make it into the Museum? Watch our Facebook Livestream Here, where we take you around the Gallery to showcase the exhibition.