Dreamcatchers

Amanda Crocker – Daydreamer Designs

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Amanda Crocker Amanda Crocker, lives and works in Courtenay, B.C. which is within the beautiful unceded territory of the K’omoks First Nations. She has grown up in the Comox Valley and she considers it to be her home.  Her background consists of English, French, Irish, Scottish and First Nations ancestry. She is Coast Salish and […]

multidisciplinary

Jesse Campbell – Murals & Visual Arts

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Jesse Campbell – Unity Wall Jesse Campbell is of Métis, Cree, Scottish, and English ancestry currently living in traditional Lekwungen territories. He has been a practising mural painter since 2010 and has helped produce many public art pieces throughout Greater Victoria and is now leading his own projects throughout the city. In addition to his […]

bead work

Robin Meise | Artist and Healer

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Robin Meise Hello, I am Robin Meise, I am of Cree heritage. My family originates from Frog Lake First Nations in Alberta Canada. I am the owner of Robins Cree Creations. I have been beading and crafting for over 29 years. I was taught traditional crafts, beading, and spirituality from my father and Kookum from […]

drawing

Christopher Miller

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drawings, paintings, hand drums, christopher miller, aboriginal artist, pass the feather, aboriginal arts and collective

Christopher Miller Christopher Miller’s graphite drawings are outstanding for their deeply emotional depiction, capturing moments of content and mysticism. His brilliant mastering of his medium and his extreme attention to detail is nothing short of phenomenal. His love for his work with nature and the animal world is obvious to any observers that view his […]

carving

Steven Lawton- Mi’kmaw Stone Carver

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Steven Lawton, carver, aboriginal stone carver, stone carving, aboriginal artist, pass the feahter, aboriginal arts and collective

Steven Lawton Steve is Mi’kmaq from Newfoundland and a member of the Qalipu Mi’kmaq First Nation, (formerly the Federation of Newfoundland Indians – Gander Bay Mi’kmaq Indian Band). Having left home to serve in the Canadian Airforce as an Airframe Technician (aircraft mechanic), he became active in the Defence Aboriginal Advisory Group and his first […]

painting

Sherry Crawford

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Sherry crawford, sharing circle, learning, aboriginal artist, aboriginal artwork, pass the feather, aboriginal arts and collective

Sherry Crawford I am from the Kijicho-Manitou Madaouskarini Algonquin Nation in Bancroft, Ontario, and have been picking up the pieces of my culture over the past 25 years. Our history is unique and we are still learning about the Algonquin ways. We are always working to improve conditions in our community and surrounding areas. I […]

Art and Craft Supply Store

Emma Bedard Jacobs

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emma bedard jacobs, native store, powwows, pass the feather, aboriginal arts and collective

Three Sisters Native Arts & Crafts Emma & Darren Jacobs – Kahnawake Qc We are a small business owned and operated in Kahnawake. We don’t have a physical store per-say but we travel to Pow Wow’s, Crafts Fairs and sometimes Flea Markets. We accommodate with pleasure to promoting Native culture through the products we provide. […]

drawing

Karen Bisson

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Karen Bisson, art collage, artist, jewelry, drawing, painting, pass the feather, aboriginal arts and collective

Karen Bisson We can be found once a month during culture night at the Wabano Centre, 299 Montreal Road, and every second Wednesday at Kumik Elder’s Lodge in Hull. We regularly attend the Ottawa Aboriginal Family Festival in March, The Odawa Pow Wow in May, and the Summer Solstice Aboriginal Festival In June, Please visit […]