"JOURNEY" Path of Life by Ojibwe artist Donald Chretien
Mino Bimaadiziwin, The good life or good path
The Path of Life has four stages, infancy, youth, adulthood and old age. They are part of an individual journey in search of truth and wisdom, and where people live their lives in ways that would bring honour to both themselves and to all those, whose lives they touch.
This dramatic style is a lightweight frame with a semi rimless metal front and handmade acetate temples This frame has adjustable nose pads and can accommodate progressive lenses and is available in 3 color combinations:
- Satin Silver
- Matte Navy
- Matte Black
Every pair of optical frames comes with an embossed hard case and microfibre cleaning cloth, and 2 year warranty.
Partial proceeds from the sale of all AYA eyewear and accessory items are donated communities in need.
Frame Size: 51-19-140
B-Size (Vertical lens height): 30 mm
- Acetate & Stainless Steel Temple
- Path of Life
- Donald Chretien
- Frame Size:
- B - size (vertical lens height):
- 30 mm
Bought this frame awhile ago and it held up over time. They did not survive a husky and I’m grateful I can replace with the same model.
These are my second pair in this style, my other being the silver ones. These are gorgeous!
I purchased the Journey frames in blue. The blue is the perfect shade of blue for my taste. The modern accents are distinctive with a cultural vibe. Simply LOVE it!
Love that this product combines art with quality. Couldn't be more pleased. I will certainly be shopping this line in the future.
Well built, unique design, perfect for smaller faces, and it supports Native artists. Hoping to see more x-ray art offered.
The price is a steal, the quality is terrific, and my eye doctor had no problem putting my bifocal prescription in them. And now I have some thing really beautiful that reminds me of my daughter-in-law who is an Ojibwe Native American.
Just love them! They look great and are very comfortable. So much fun!
Excellent craftsmanship and design. They like waaay more expensive than they are. The best frames I ever had since the 23 years I've been wearing glasses. I love supporting First Nations People.
Today is my first day to be wearing Journey. Love the Ogibwe design and the navy color.