Lorne A. Julien
Lorne Julien of Millbrook, who signs his paintings Warrior on a Hill, which is his Mi’kmaq name, has been painting for 20 years and his style includes organic interior shapes within birds and moose, four colours representing black, Asian, white and First Nations peoples. Often a cross is featured in his paintings, because he is of Christian faith. Lorne, who was inspired by Norval Morrisseau, participated in 10 exhibits since 2011. Lorne is painting a lot of birds and eagles. Lorne is using a lot of bright colours in his work as he believes it lifts people’s spirits. Lorne and Rolf Bouman met for the first time in 2008. Lornes artwork is featured not only in Rolf Boumans books, but on the cover of several others.