painting

Chantal Lanouette

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Algonquin self taught artist. I’ve always felt that looking at the sky reminded me of those we lost. I usually include the universe to remember them. My paintings include indigenous women and the animals of Mother Earth. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/clanouette Chantal can be found at art shows in the areas of Ottawa, Ontario and Gatineau, Québec

painting

Natalie Rostad-Desjarlais

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Natalie-Rostad-Desjarlais-Wolfstone, painter, pass the feather

Natalie Rostad-Desjarlais I am Asini-eskwiw, Or Rock Woman, or just Nat. I have the privilege and honor to work directly with Mother Earth’s wisdom and character. Utilizing the stones of great wisdom, I help others to see deeper into the history, age and messages available to us with the application of pigments and oxides. It […]

jewellery

Cedar and Sage | Jane Lamure

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My name is Jane Lamure I am an Algonquin, my band is Pikwakanagan and my community is wherever I go. I have always enjoyed creating, being close to the land and waters. I feel most grounded when I recenter myself. I have worked in the Indigenous community for the past fourteen years in mental health […]

painting

Delree Dumont

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Delree Dumont Delree Dumont is an International Cree artist from Crossfield, Alberta, Canada. Dumont was born in Chilliwack, British Columbia and is a member of Onion Lake Cree Nation located north of Lloydminster, SK. Prior to working as a full-time artist in 2014, Dumont was employed inAlberta’s oil and gas industry for 32 years. During […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

bead work

Star Horn

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beading, painting, drawing, mohawk artist, starhorn, pass the feather, aboriginal arts and collective

Star Horn Star Horn draws, paints, makes bead, bone & porcupine quill jewelry and rustic furniture. She also use various digital media, collage and photography to create art, ads, logo’s and illustration. “An artist can only convey through his or her work the experience they have encountered, confronted, and endured. From an early age I […]

drawing

Alicia Marie Lawrence

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Alicia Marie Lawrence, painting, artist, pass the feather, aboriginal arts and collective

Alicia Marie Lawrence Alicia Lawrence is an urban contemporary artist, shamanic graphic designer, and creative writer. Alicia works in traditional and digital mediums, and is in continual exploration of her Alberta Plains Cree-Métis ancestry as she practices reflective positioning between subject, artist and audience. She participated in Aboriginal Student Art exhibits art Emily Carr University […]