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In celebration of Indigenous People in Canada, FVRL is honoured to feature artwork from Northwest Coast artist Andy Everson. Enter a draw to win one of Andy’s limited edition giclée prints “Nimpkish Sunset” or “Transformation”.


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Andy Everson was born in Comox, BC in 1972 and named Nagedzi after his grandfather, the late Chief Andy Frank of the K’ómoks First Nation. Andy has also had the honour of being seated with the ‘Na̱mg̱is T̓sit̓sa̱ł’walag̱a̱me’ name of Ḵ̓wa̱mxa̱laga̱lis I’nis. Influenced heavily by his grandmother, he has always been driven to uphold the traditions of both the K’ómoks and Kwakwa̱ka̱’wakw First Nations.

Nimpkish Sunset

Nimpkish Sunset

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Nimpkish Sunset is a limited edition print using the giclée method of printmaking. 



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Transformation is a limited edition print using the giclée method of printmaking.

Official Rules


The contest runs from June 1 – 30, 2018 and is open to residents, ages 13 years of age or older, who live or work in a community served by Fraser Valley Regional Library. Prizes include one of two unframed, limited edition art prints (“Nimpkish Sunset” or “Transformation” by Andy Everson), each valued at approximately $200. Only one art piece per winner. Winners will be randomly drawn for each of these prizes by July 16, 2018. Chances of winning depends on the number of entries received (in-library and online). Winners will be notified by phone and can collect their prize at an FVRL location. Winners forfeit unclaimed prizes after three months. No purchase necessary. Staff are not eligible to enter.

This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. You are providing your information to FVRL and not to Facebook. The information you provide will only be used for the National Indigenous Peoples Day Contest.