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Profile Of An Artist [Henry Beaudry]

SASKATCHEWAN INDIAN      NOVEMBER 1971      v02 n09 p15  
Henry Beaudry Mr. Henry Beaudry of the Mosquito Indian Reserve. who was held Prisoner of War by Nazi Germany during the Second World War, has been painting since 1958.

He specializes in nature scenes as well as old Indian Reserve scenes, his paintings are done on hardboard with temper paints and then varnished. He has sold many of his paintings to travelers from Dallas, Vancouver, England, Italy and Germany as well as selling to business establishments in North Battleford and Saskatoon.

Mr. Beaudry recently held a two-day art exhibit at Howard Kenney Memorial hall in Battleford, Sask. The show attracted 250 spectators and was under the supervision of Dr. J. Mills of North Battleford.

Mr. Beaudry's paintings are available for sale at any time.

Mr. Beaudry is also very active in promoting Indian culture by participating and encouraging his children to participate in Indian celebrations.

Enquiries may be sent to:

Mr. Henry Beaudry,
Box 51,
Cando, Sask.