Mark November 8th in your calendars. Due to the phenomenal success of our Christian Morrisseau painting auction held earlier in August, we’ve decided to host another and even bigger live and online auction on Tuesday, November 8th


6:30 PM – 9:00 PM


501 Alden Road, Markham ON L3R 3L4

At the Auction Network, we’re really excited to invite you to a special auction of Christian Morrisseau’s artwork. We’ll be auctioning off over 120 of Christian Morrisseau original acrylic paintings. This auction is one of the largest that we have ever hosted; the evening will also feature a meet and greet with the well-known native artist.

Enjoy some wine and cheese while viewing Christian Morrisseau’s art from his new 2016 collection entitled ‘All of The Colours Collection‘. Join other Toronto art enthusiasts and view and bid on paintings from the collection including rare deer hides, native drums, shakers, canvas, new first release serigraphs, gold and silver motifs, new acrylic metallic on canvas, limited edition framed serigraphics and folio sets. We are also proud to showcase over 20 of Norval Morrisseau’s (Christian’s father and world renowned Woodland artist) paintings from the 1970s and 1980s. The event will also feature HAIDA original cedar wood masks and an opportunity to view a rare private collection of original Inuit Stone Carvings.

“I speak as one son, an artist, and an Ojibwe. I am a born artist. This is not by accident. I work with and out of Anishnabe myths that have become the mark of the Woodland School of Art. I have had to contend with the terrible strength of my father’s vision. I am not alone. Such was his ability, that there is hardly a Native artist who does not learn from Norval’s artistic strength. My father taught by being. He never gave lessons. Art to him was waking in the morning. Art was a revelation of the Ojibwe history. Art was getting ready for bed. I didn’t name it. I just knew it. I lived Norval Morrisseau’s art. My brother David and I sit solidly within the scope of Woodland Art – yet we are seen as different and alone.”

Like his father, Christian Morrisseau has a strong connection to the spirit world of his grandfathers. This unique and powerful connection is more than an inspiration for Christian. His mind, hands and brushstrokes are all tied and synced to the spiritual world of Christian’s ancestors. His art serves as powerful and stunning souvenirs of this outside dimension and he is proud to share it with Canadians across the country. His style has helped him create art which is much desired throughout the country and has caught the attention of art lovers everywhere.

Christian Morrisseau began painting by helping Norval paint backgrounds for his canvases. It would be during this time that the young artist began to feel a connection to art and the power it could have.

Toronto art-lovers will experience the legends and symbols of the Woodland people. His art is full of vibrant colours with strong outlines which blend with the canvas to tell his story and share his connection. All 120 paintings included in this auction provide a wide range of stories and images.

Christian is self-taught and used the teachings of his father to establish a strong foundation to his craft. This training combined with his vision, discipline and passion have allowed him the ability to place his own unique stamp on Woodland art.

“Basically, once I put the pencil to the canvas and let it go that’s when I begin to see what’s coming out. As I begin to sketch it and look at it I begin to realize the stories and the legends,” explained Morrisseau. “Sometimes I think it’s going to be this or be that, but it’s not always up to me what’s actually going to be coming out of me.”

Years ago Christian went to a nearby sweat lodge to find out his native name. The spiritual name he was given translates to ‘one that sits with sacred gifts and items’. Initially, Christian felt down, he wanted a powerful name. The elder told him not to be upset, that his name was just as powerful as any. Christian Morrisseau’s name would prove to fit him well. He shares his sacred gifts and items with his audience. Tradition states that he was also to be given a colour during this ceremony. He found it strange; the conductor of the ceremony didn’t give him one. It was later explained to him that all colours belong to him, and there  were far too many to name.

“All the colours are mine,” described Christian. “All the colours I’m supposed to use to help me transition to a better life or for someone else’s life. To help them in whatever way these colours can do.”

Morrisseau’s art can be found across Canada. He has donated art to various charitable organizations throughout the country including; youth organization, diabetes organizations, to the Nishnawbe-Aski Nation ‘Treaty 9’ where Christian is from, the Spirit Bear Youth Coalition and The Outdoor Writers of Canada. Christian also teaches the Woodland art style to both native and non-native students in Thunder Bay and across other north-western Ontario communities. Christian Morrisseau’s work can be found throughout both internationally and throughout Canada.

Those attending the upcoming art auction are entitled to a $500 gift from the artist. Simply present the attached voucher and instantly save money on your Monday, November 7th, 2016 auction. Please feel free to RSVP by emailing us at Consignments are welcomed as well, please email us at

This auction will also include online bidding with full video and audio. All bidders must pre-register online. The full catalogue with images of paintings for the All Of The Colours auction can be viewed online. We’re very excited about this upcoming auction and we look forward to seeing you live or online.

Learn more about Christian Morrisseau and his art by visiting



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How to Start and Grow Your Coin Collection With Online and Live Coin Auctions

Collecting coins is a great hobby and an excellent way to invest your hard-earned money. We see a wide range of collectors at our Toronto coin auctions. Some coin collectors search for rare coins, ancient coins and some are simply looking for a little bit of everything. That’s why we offer a diverse selection of coin lots at our Toronto coin auctions.

Some coin collectors prefer bidding in online coin auctions, while others enjoy attending live coin auctions. When bidding for coins online it’s important to look for online auctions that feature real images of the coins. Some auctions will use stock images of the coins they list online. It’s hard for buyers to get a true understanding of a coin’s value, detail and condition with such images. That’s why we spend the time photographing each coin lot in our online coin auctions.

Our auctions feature several lots of coins. Some lots may consist of a single valuable golden coin, while others may include dozens of coins grouped together. There are no limits to how large a lot of coins can be in an auction. At our Toronto coin auctions you will typically find rolled coins, ancient coins, international coins, special Canadian Mint sets, rare American coins, rare golden coins and various other types of coins.

The rules of an auction will vary depending on the auction. This can be said for both live and online coin auctions. It’s important to have a good understanding of an auction’s rules before you begin bidding on coin lots. Most online auctions have a clear link to their auction rules pages. Unintentionally breaking an auction rule could cause you to lose out on a coin lot that you’re excited to own.

Bidding on coins is much like bidding on any other item at an auction. The seller will typically establish a reserve price; this is an amount that must be met to satisfy the current owner. Auctions with online bidding will require you to have an account created with a valid credit card attached to it.

It’s important for both buyers and sellers to find legitimate coin auction houses. There are many fly-by-night operations out there that take advantage of coin enthusiasts. Spend some time and research the history of an auction company and ensure that they run regular auctions. Live online video of auctions adds an additional level of trust.

Once you’ve successfully purchased a lot of coins online you will need to have them sent to your home. Having coins delivered via the mail is the common delivery method for people purchasing coins from an online auction. Trustworthy auctions will ensure that shipping is hassle-free, making the transport of coins as easy and safe as any other online purchase. There’s no better feeling than that of seeing your new coin (or coins) arrive in your mailbox!

It’s best to collect coins that appeal to your interests. Many studies have found that rare coins produce a greater financial return than other types of investments. But like with all investments, there are many elements that factor into a coin’s future value. It’s important to do your homework and understand the history of a coin’s value; this will help you determine if the coin you are purchasing is due to increase in price.

Many successful coin collectors will warn you that solely focusing on collecting coins with potential value will cause you to miss out on the actual fun of collecting. Learning the history of a coin can be one of the most rewarding experiences for a coin collector. Coins tell amazing histories of both our history and that of civilizations long gone.

In the beginning most coin collectors start by purchasing coins that appeal to them because of design and value. Over time most collectors begin to understand their own buying patterns and shift their future coin purchases and planning towards these preferences. Once you gain an understanding of your coin buying habits it’s important to establish goals for your collection. Everyone has different reasons for collecting coins and this is the reason why every coin collection is unique.

Being knowledgeable is key to being successful at coin auctions. This means over time you should not only research the coins that catch your interest, but also gain a good understanding of coin grading. It’s also important to understand how to properly store and maintain your coin collection. There are a lot of great cases, folders and albums on the market that will keep your coin collection safe for years to come.

At the Auction Network, we’re a family of auctioneers. We host three weekly Toronto coin auctions. Our auctions are live in-studio and streamed online with full video and audio. We’re proud of the reputation we’ve earned for being one of Canada’s most trusted online auctions. Each of our auctions features a diverse selection of coin lots. You can browse our selection of coin lots and other auction items by visiting our website at, or download our all-new app for Apple and Android mobile devices. You can also view listings of upcoming auctions here!

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We encourage you to call or email us with any questions you may have concerning the sale of your items. We accept antiques, art, jewelry, sports memorabilia, glass and china, coin and banknotes collections and other unique collectibles.

We will gladly tell you which of your items is expected to do well at auction and estimate approximate values of each item.

There is no longer a need to sit at home and wait for a buyer. We bring buyers from across the globe to your items at everyone of our auction sales. Our extensive following and marketing ensures a good crowd of interested buyers at all our auctions.

We host a variety of sales every week including: coins auctions, art auctions, jewellery auctions, nostalgia auctions and much more.

You can contact us by phone, email or feel free to fill out the form below with your item(s).

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