bead work

Karen Fleming

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Karen Fleming, Sealskin, beadwork, jewelry, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Karen Fleming Artist Gallery Contact Karen Fleming Nunavik I am Inuk, born and raised in Ottawa, and my birth mother is from Chisasibi, Quebec. As a Sixties Scoop Survivor, I began crafting in 2009 as a way to feel connected to my heritage. My husband is First Nations and helps create handmade, useful and decorative […]

Crafts

Colleen Moreau

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Colleen Moreau, Ribbon skirts, medicine bags, dream catchers, face masks, leather purses, leather bags, book marks, posters, bone necklaces, cards, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Colleen Moreau Artist Gallery Contact Colleen Moreau Metis Nation of Ontario Many moons ago when my children were young, I decided to raise them without television. In doing so, I taught my two boys how to work with their hands with leather and beads. Till this day, my boys still make handmade gifts for others such as, […]

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Laurel Thomas

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Laurel Thomas, Beadwork, Moccassins, Jewelry, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Laurel Thomas Artist Gallery Contact Laurel Thomas Six Nations of the Grand River Hello everyone! My name is Laurel Thomas and im a full-time artist from Six Nations of the Grand River Territory. I started formally beading with my late mother about 5 years ago when we moved back to our community. During the last […]

Crafts

Shailla Manitowabie Cooke

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Shailla Manitowabie Cooke, Mukluks, moccasins, workshops, fashion, jewelry, accessories, hand bags, beadwork, jewelry, medallions, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Shailla Manitowabie Cooke Artist Gallery Contact Shailla Manitowabie Cooke Wikwemikong I learnt how to bead from my elders and women in my community, I find it to be a very sacred ritual and tradition that we must hold onto in order to protect our traditional ways and culture. I studied Fashion Techniques & Design and […]

Crafts

Tonya Lee

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Tonya lee, leatherwork, Moccasins, dreamcatchers, medicine bags, crafts, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Tonya Lee Artist Gallery Contact Tonya Lee Missanabie Cree My name is Tonya Lee, I am Missanabie Cree from Chapleau, ON. My Indigenous teachings were passed down to me by my Step Mother which was passed down to her from her Mother. I have also picked up some teachings on the pow wow trail from […]

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Jordyn Hendricks

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Jordyn Hendricks, Visual Arts, beadwork, leatherwork, moccasins, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Jordyn Hendricks Artist Gallery Contact Jordyn Hendricks Red River Taanshi, Jordyn Hendricks dishinakashoon. Rivyar Rooj doschin. Hello, my name is Jordyn Hendricks. I am a Two Spirited artist from Red River Region, and I use they/them pronouns. I have been privileged to access formal training for visual arts, I attended the visual arts program at […]

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Brandie Fong

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Brandie Fong, leatherwork, mittens, moccasins, sewing, ribbon skirts, beadwork

Brandie Fong Artist Gallery Contact Brandie Fong Nipissing First Nation I am a proud member of Nipissing First Nation, Ontario. I began sewing moccasins about 15 years ago and have slowly expanded my skills into beading and sewing Indigenous pieces. I carried on to teach my daughter with the help of some community members and we now […]

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Heather Coman

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Heather Coman, Leatherwork, Seal skin, Beaver, Fox, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Heather Coman Artist Gallery Contact Heather Coman Inuk There are many Inuit seamstresses in my family, I learnt from my aunts and cousins. During a very dark time in my life battling depression, I needed a positive outlet. I decided that I wanted to learn how to make gorgeous items as my family have for […]

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Karakwahawi

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Karakwahawi, Jewelry, moccasins, drawing, ribbon skirts, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Karakwahawi Artist Gallery Contact Karakwahawi Kaniekehaka niwakaohwontsioton Growing up my dad was always an inspiration to me because he is a freelance artist. He taught me how to bead, make kastowas, make moccasins etc. Then going to school I took art classes and took an interest in drawing. Now a days my focus is more […]

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Kim Lamothe

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Kim Lamothe, leatherwork, beadwork, sewing, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Kim Lamothe Artist Gallery Contact Kim Lamothe Anishinaabe/Metis Proud Mother and grandmother. She was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba and lived with her grandparents in Geraldton, Ontario. She is of mixed blood, Anishinaabe and Metis descent from Northwestern Ontario. Kim brings over 48 years of experience doing crafts of various mediums. My first teachers were some […]