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James Michels is a renowned Cree/Metis artist whose works are highly sought after. He has learned from esteemed Coast Salish artist Joseph Campbell and has been featured in major galleries across Canada and the US. He created a commissioned series of bentwood boxes for the Canadian government and the 2005 PGA Golf Skins game in Whistler. His carefully crafted art pieces are steeped in First Nations culture and showcase his masterful artistry.