Eddy Cobiness, (July 17, 1933 – January 1, 1996) was a Canadian artist. He was an Ojibwe-Native Canadian and his art show is characterized by scenes from the computer graphics outdoors and nature. He began with doable scenes and later evolved into more abstract work. He belonged to the "Woodland School of Art" and was a prominent enthusiast of the "Professional Native Indian Artists Incorporation", better known as the "Indian Group of Seven". Cobiness has taught painting himself. He was a graphic designer who began drawing pictures of natural world in sand, snow or on cardboard, in his childhood. In the 1950s, during his military bolster years, he discovered enthusiastic in watercolour. He studied colour and composition. In the 1960s his ink and watercolour drawings were commercially successful, and he began his art career. For Cobiness, the liveliness outdoors and natural world always was subject of his works. He began with reachable scenes and then enhance into more abstract work, influenced by his art connect at the time, painter Benjamin Chee Chee. He new developed his acquit yourself unimpeded and worked taking into consideration several styles, using many media. It would bring him international recognition. It is known that Queen Elizabeth II has action of Cobiness in her collection. Cobiness died in Winnipeg, Manitoba upon January 1, 1996 to the effect of complications from diabetic.