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Megan Denise | PLURfect Accessories

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Megan Denise Artist Gallery Contact Megan Denise My name is Megan, it means pearl. I mainly make earrings but I also make necklaces and bracelets by request. Nature is my greatest inspiration. My sister taught me how to make earrings and I am learning to make more things. My favorite things to make are little […]

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Melissa Lowe | Mellowe Creations

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Melissa Lowe Artist Gallery Contact Melissa Lowe Boozshoo, my name is Melissa Lowe. I am from Whitefish Bay First Nation AKA Naotkamegwanning First Nation. I am a Ojibway lady with two children and six grandchildren. I was raised by my kokum (grandma), until she passed away then moved with my dad to Winnipeg until he […]

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Matricia Bauer

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Matricia Bauer, Indigenous artist, beader, beadwork, drum maker, drums, hats, jewellery, moccasins, painter, painting, first nations, indigenous arts collective of canada, pass the feather.

Matricia Bauer Artist Gallery Contact Matricia Bauer Matrcia is a singer, songwriter, musician, drummer and an artist. Matricia teaches drum making, leather binding and many more traditional arts and craft workshops. She also has her own jewelry line where she infuses First Nations aspects of her culture into modern jewelry designs. She makes many moccasins, […]

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Suzan Kostiuck

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Suzan Kostiuck, Indigenous artist, painting, painter, moccasins, bead work, beader, first nations, indigenous arts collective of canada, pass the feather.

Suzan Kostiuck Artist Gallery Contact Suzan Kostiuck Suzan is a Canadian Dene artist living on Vancouver Island, B.C. She started painting 15 years ago while living in Alberta. Her work is inspired by her cultural environment and also by contemporary artists Judy Hintz Cox and James Lavadour. Suzan has worked over the years at local […]

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Rebecca Doxtator | Otsitsidesigns

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Rebecca Doxtator Artist Gallery Contact Rebecca Doxtator Rebecca is based out of the Oneida Nation of the Thames community. Otsitsidesigns creates beautiful and unique beadwork from earrings to bolo ties and one-of-a-kind pop socket designs. Her intricate work brings a mix of traditional beadwork style with a pop culture twist. Buy her work at… Depop […]

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Sayokla Kindness Williams

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Sayokla Kindness Williams Artist Gallery Contact Sayokla Kindness Williams Sayo’:kla “It Snows Again” On^yote’a:ka, Oneida Nation of WI. Turtle Clan I can teach any style of beadwork. Flat, raised, 2-needle, edging, peyote, wrapping. I specialize in creating movement jewlery for Indigenous women. Buy her work at… Contact artist Contact Artist Email Location Artist Website & […]

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Marlana Thompson

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Marlana Thompson, Indigenous artist, beader, bead work, jewellery, moccasins, sewing, regalia, ribbon skirts, first nations, indigenous arts collective of canada, pass the feather.

Marlana Thompson Artist Gallery Workshop Contact Marlana Thompson Marlana Thompson is Mohawk from the Wolf Clan. She was born and raised in Akwesasne, where she lives with her husband, Wayne Baker and their children.  She has been sewing, beading and creating pieces of art since she was seven years old, mainly for herself for ceremonies […]

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Robin Meise

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Robin Meise Artist Gallery Contact Robin Meise Robin Meise is a Cree artisit, her family originates from Frog Lake First Nations in Alberta Canada. She is the owner of Robins Cree Creations with 29 years of experience in beading and crafting. She was taught traditional crafts, beading, and spirituality from her father and Kookum from […]

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Chandra Labelle | Ama Beads

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Chandra Labelle Artist Gallery Contact Chandra Labelle Chandra is the proud mother of two Inuit children, Raven and Lucy and the daughter of Algonquin women. She is a strong advocate for children’s mental health issues, FASD and a relentless fighter for the rights and wellbeing of Indigenous children under the care of the child welfare […]