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starlings and blueberries - James Mccue

“Starlings and Blueberries” Acrylic on canvas 66″ x 36″ unstretched

James McCue (1972, Richmond, BC, Canada) is a Woodland artist living and working in the Semiahmoo Bay area of British Columbia.

His work reflects the natural wonder of BC and is inspired by growing up on BC’s Sunshine Coast, the Kootenays and Whistler. These places and especially their wildlife, continue to have a great influence on his work.

James McCue Fine Arts is dedicated to the universal advancement of Woodland Art and its concept of color therapy. McCue, who worked under Woodland master and originator Norval Morrisseau, says, “We would talk and agree that the art form [Woodland] was evolving, that it was becoming something even larger than its beginnings as a native art form. It’s growing into something universal, something transcendent and at the same time reflective of what it is to be human.”

“Norval was passionate about this,” McCue continues, “and about the concept of color therapy. Universal themes, universal language, universal learning, and maybe most importantly, universal understanding and healing.”

McCue Fine Arts shares the belief that art is meant to inspire, to educate, and to open us to new possibilities… and through these new possibilities, art is also meant to heal. Art inspires thought. From thought flows understanding. When we come to new understandings, we are open to heal. This is the role of color therapy. This is the evolution of Woodland Art.


“McCue’s art blends powerful colors and imagery. It’s an amalgamation of human culture and primal force, a melting pot that connects to an ancient place within each of us.”  ~Brian Marki Fine Art