Indigenous Art 2021 Artist, Dianne Brown-Green

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 Dianne Brown-Green

Dianne Brown-Green is an Indigenous award winning artist and graduate of Ontario College of Art and Design. Dianne’s painting he have been selected to show in various galleries and events including McMichael Gallery in Klienburg, Scugog Island Indigenous Art show, Heintzman House, Uxbridge Celebration of the Arts, Kingsway Lampton Art show, Markham Stouffville Hospital, Waddington’s Auction House, Eclipse Gallery Deerhurst, Long time member of The Whitchurch Stouffville Studio tour. Culture Day Events.  Involvement with MMIWGTS, Residential school survivors, and community education through the arts and collectives. 

Current exhibitions 

Kinship of Wisdom Indigenous art show Leslie Grove Gallery Toronto 

She is very honoured to be one of the selected artists to participate in the Breathe Projects  One and Two ,two major exhibitions of handcrafted masks created from artists across Canada in response to the pandemic it’s effect on ,the creative process ,experiences and struggles . Currently on view at The Royal Alberta Museum  and the University of Guelph Art Gallery. 

Dianne’s work is held in many private and corporate collections across Canada , the United States,Australia, Amsterdam , Toronto’s Bay Street financial district and many more . She is also honoured to have one of her paintings gifted to the office of Former Grand Chief Konrad Sioux of the Wendat Nation in Quebec . 

Dianne has an extensive past in the arts and has been painting and drawing as long as she can remember, her work is reflective to her indigenous cultural background and is very spiritual . It is important for me to always remember where I came from ,the gifts of teaching from my Elders and those who have supported me , 

Dianne paints from her inner spirit and tries to convey her visions and interpretations on canvas to share with others.  Dianne’s bold palette and colour selection is intentional and reflective to the images she has in her mind. “
 “I love to reflect on a piece , and sharing it with people allows me to take them on a that journey from the moment an image is born in my mind to its completion. to experience that environment, that special place, that thought that first captured my imagination. 

To relive that experience and share the euphoric state of mind the image in stills.

“I always remember where I come from ,the gifts I’ve received , the Elders and community in my life” 


Dianne’s Featured Artwork

Dianne Brown-Green

Protectors of The Land and Water, 2020

48″ x 36″ / 121.9cm x 91.4cm

Acrylic on canvas











Have questions for Dianne? 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.