Artworks
Street Art
10 hours. ~70 feet long, 30 feet wide.
2018
Acrylic
16"x20"
2018
Acrylics
16"x20"
2019
Acrylic
16"x20"
2019
Acrylics and water-soluble oils on canvas
30"x48"
2016
Acrylic on canvas
30"x40"
2016
Pastels & Acrylic
18"x24"
2017
Acrylic, Banner, Canvas
2018
pastel
18"x24"
2015
digital art
Banner
2018
Acrylic on canvas
16"x20"
2017
chalk
72"x72"
2015
spraypaint
Big ...
2017
digital art
2018
Acrylic on canvas
24"x36"
2016
Acrylic on canvas
24"x24"
2016
pastel, left-hand
18"x24"
2015
Acrylic on canvas
24"x24"
2015
Acrylic Paint
30"+
2016
pastel
18"x24"
2015
Illustration
16"x20"
2018
Illustration
16"x20"
2018
Illustration
16"x20"
2018
acrylic painting
16"x20"
2018
acrylic painting
20"x16"
2018

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  • "The Chaos of Ghostfish" 24"x24" acrylics on canvas. Personal Writing: I think lately I've reached a point where I'd like to start exploring more than just the colors in my imagination... portraiture connects me to people, but surrealism really connects me to myself. I haven't always been quite as confident in this style because I haven't found it to draw as much of a reaction from audiences in the past.  It's not that my focus on portraiture is driven by a desire to gain easy popularity -- …
  • Moira Villiard updated the Artwork Interconnected
    "Interconnected" 16"x20" acrylic on canvas.   Moira Villiard 2:01 PM (0 minutes ago) to Karen Sure thing: "Interconnected" is part of a series of  children's book illustrations exploring the history of wild rice in connection to the Anishinaabe, and within the modern context of sulfide/copper-nickel mining. This piece in particular is a playful representation of the vibrancy of the world's living creations dwelling amidst the four directions, including red wing blackbirds, birds, humans, d…
  • Moira Villiard updated the Artwork Two Paths
    Part of a series of images exploring the Anishinaabe connection to wild rice. This image reflects the prophecy of the Seventh fire - two paths. One of destruction, and my interpretation of the alternative.
  • For this two day project, I was selected to design a mural on Bucchanan Street that served as a "paint by numbers" for locals and tourists passing by to fill in. Over 100 visitors lended a hand and helped paint the mural over the course of 10 hours. The mural itself is one of very few pieces of public art in Duluth that includes an Indigenous perspective - I titled it "Akawe Nibi" (Water First) and painted the words in bold letters within the fishes tail. Each section of the fish is a different …
  • For this two day project, I was selected to design a mural on Bucchanan Street that served as a "paint by numbers" for locals and tourists passing by to fill in. Over 100 visitors lended a hand and helped paint the mural over the course of 10 hours. The mural itself is one of very few pieces of public art in Duluth that includes an Indigenous perspective - I titled it "Akawe Nibi" (Water First) and painted the words in bold letters within the fishes tail. Each section of the fish is a different …
  • "The Prophets on Turtle Island" 20"x16" Acrylic on Canvas Based on the Anishinaabe story of 7 prophets who predicted different points of significance in our history.
  • Moira Villiard updated the Artwork Interconnected
    "Interconnected" 16"x20" acrylic on canvas. Part of my recent series related to the history of wild rice in connection to the Anishinaabe and within the modern context of sulfide/copper-nickel mining.  Prints available! 
  • Part of the set of illustrations and graphics I created for the Bring Her Home exhibit at All My Relations Gallery in Minneapolis. For inspiration, I reached out a lot to my typical audience and asked them what imagery came to mind when they thought of murdered and missing indigenous women.