Kasenniyostah Lauren Williams Skennen! My name is Kasenniyostah Lauren Williams. I am Mohawk turtle clan from Six Nations of the Grand River Territory in Ontario, Canada. I have always loved sparkly things, so a journey into learning beadwork techniques has been a joyful one so far! I love making jewelry and other accessories. Find […]
Vivianne Sheshamush Identifying as multicultural, Vivianne Sheshamush is a Cree/Inuit/Scottish Visual Artist living in a remote community on the Hudson Bay. Being multicultural, married to a multicultural man and raising their multicultural daughter inspires a lot of passion to show other mixed people, that they can celebrate the different parts of themselves. The different […]
Kelsie Young Kelsie Young is part of the Mi’kmaq Nation and was previously a member of the Qalipu Mi’kmaq First Nations Band of Newfoundland, Canada. She learned the traditional art of basket weaving, of weaving dream catchers and wooden flower making from a Chief from the Bear River First Nations in Nova Scotia, Canada. Kelsie […]
JILL LUNN (SHIMIZU) Artist, Owner Valleycreek Craft & Consulting Giinew Kwe Ojibway Eagle Clan, Six Nations Ojibway Born and raised in Niagara/Hamilton Area, Jill is the mother of four girls ranging from school aged to post University ages. She has been educated in Special Needs Education and Recreation Management. Trained in visual arts and music from […]
Dawn is a Feather-Keeper and artist. Dawn has always collected and created art with feathers. Her renowned feather bundles are in demand for talking feathers (sharing circles), smudging and regalia.
Donald Chrétien A.O.C.A. Donald’s work demonstrates his quest for an artistic expression of his Native identity, which encompasses issues of language, family, place and self determination. His distinctive style is influenced by the Woodland style of art common to his band, Nipissing First Nation.
My name is Sue Allen-Forget and I am from the Cree tribe, Muskrat Dam band.
My name is Chelsea Brooks. My home community is Indian Brook, Nova Scotia. I first started painting at the age of 2 years old!
Handmade jewelry with Native flair! inspired by Native culture & nature. About Trish: Ever since I was little, I have always loved making & wearing jewellery. I embraced all fads including gimp, embroidery thread friendship bracelets, Phone wire, and hemp.
My names is Sherry Crawford. I was born and raised in Bancroft, ON, and have been drawing, painting and creating my entire life.