Clarence Kapay

Canadian (1961)

Clarence Kapay is a Canadian painter.
Based on records, Clarence Kapay's estimated art value is C$2,000 (*)

Clarence Kapay's work could be available for sale through Art Galleries or at public auction with prices in the range of C$100 - C$2,500, or even much higher.

From records, the highest price paid at auction for an acrylic painting work attributed to Clarence Kapay (1961) was C$2,300 - paid for "Untitled" at Hodgins in Calgary on Mon, Mar 6, 2006. has 6 auction art sale records for their acrylic painting results, with prices in the range of C$100 to C$2,500.

Saskatchewan NAC Auction House Biography and Notes

Clarence Kapay was born on the Day Star First Nation, 200 km. north-east of Regina, in January of 1961. He registered in the Business Administration program at Saskatchewan Indian Federated College (now First Nations University of Canada) but changed majors and completed a Bachelor of the Arts in Visual Arts degree in 1992. He created and drew a cartoon strip, 'The Generix', which appeared in the Regina Sun from 1989-1994. Through his paintings he attempts to capture a sense of the spirituality of Native life, as well as its symbols and traditions. His work is widely held in collections across Canada, and his painting 'Visions' was presented to Prince Charles during a Royal visit in 2001.

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