Learning to Walk

Erin Stagg Fine Art

 I hold my daughter's hands, teaching her to walk in the cold glacial waters of the Athabasca River, in Jasper. Behind us, Metis florals erupt in joy. 

When we began our great Saskatchewan roadtrip my daughter hadn't learned to walk yet. By the time we finished touring our ancestral lands, three weeks had passed and she was learning to walk. I remember the summer sun was thin in the high Rockies, and the water was cold but the sand was still warm under our feet. It was one of those special moments. 

The text beneath the image is from a scrip paper from one of my ancestors. It's dated 1876.  


From my Halfbreed Mother collection. 

Original is 8.5x11, acrylic on paper

Prints are in full resolution. 

Cards are 5 x 7 matte paper with archival inks and a white border and a blank interior. Great as a card for any occasion, or for framing. 

Basic prints are 8 x 10 and have some slight cropping. On a smooth 100lb cover paper and excellent image quality

Fine Art prints are 8.5 x 11 and have the full image, as created. They are on a heavyweight matte paper with superior image quality with archival inks. Framed correctly, these will last the test of time. Comes signed and with the text above printed to go along with the image. Numbered edition of 75. 

Collections: Halfbreed Mother, Prints

Type: Prints - all together