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Wesley Havill

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Wesley Havill Artist Gallery Contact Wesley Havill Wesley George Havill, Born in 1962 in Wawa, On. Wesley is Ojibway, from Batchewana Band, Sault Saint Marie. Wesley follows the pow wow trail across Canada enjoying the Native celebrations and culture, selling his Art work and Native crafts. Wesley carves Moose ,Deer and Elk Antler antler also […]

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Cari Lecocq

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Cari Lecocq Artist Gallery Contact Cari Lecocq My name is Bubbling Spring Water, registered to Treaty 5 Reserve #267, Bloodvein, Manitoba. I create original Native Woodland-Style Acrylics on upcycled cedar canvases. My work always includes whatever piece of wood “speaks” to me and what I envision on it. I have two canes and two walking […]

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Amber Lyn

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Amber Lyn Artist Gallery Contact Amber Lyn Soapstone Carving has grounded me, not only in my forms of expression but in my cultural identity as well. That journey of discovery is just beginning to unfold, and I’m beginning to realize how deeply I would have benefited from access to this artform, in my youth, when […]

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Steven Lawton

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Steven Lawton – Mi’kmaw Stone Carver Artist Photo Gallery Contact Artist 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 […]

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Nish Nabie

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Nish Nabie, carving, sculpting, artist, aboriginal artist, pass the feather, aborginal arts and collective

Nish Nabie Artist Gallery Contact Nish Nabie Nish was born in Quebec and as a child spent long periods within the context of nature viewing the lives of its inhabitants, among them the eagles, hawks, bears, moose and deer. During a life which has had its dark periods, Nish was guided to sculpture as a […]

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Thomas B. Maracle

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Thomas B. Maracle, artist, stone, wood, antler, corn husk, pass the feather, aboriginal arts and collective

Thomas B. Maracle Artist Gallery Contact Thomas B. Maracle Born in Belleville, Ontario in 1949, Thomas B. Maracle is an award-winning stone sculptor and musician as well as a successful entrepreneur. A Native North American Mohawk, he is a citizen of the Six Nations and lives on the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory. Thomas has been involved […]

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Donald Chretien

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Donald Chretien Artist Gallery Contact Donald Chretien 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. Donald graduated from the Ontario College of […]

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Charrine Naziel-Lace | Wetsuweten Native Arts

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Charrine Naziel-Lace Artist Gallery Contact Charrine Naziel-Lace Charrine Naziel-Lace is a Northwest Coast Indian Arts and Crafts Professional, Carver, & Illustrator. A member of the Moricetown First Nation in the Regional District of Bulkley Nechako, Charrine has 20 years of experience in the First Nations Art Industry. A graduate of the Ksan Carving School, BC and […]