Featherwork

Jessica Somers

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Jessica Somers, painter, painting, feathers, woodwork, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Jessica Somers Artist Gallery Contact Jessica Somers Odanak Abenaki Born of Odanak Abenakis and Metis decent in 1977, Jessica Somers was raised in a nurturing family with 3 siblings. She was greatly influenced by her grandmother who enjoyed creating scenic and wildlife paintings. Her father’s passion for carpentry and his hard work ethics and determination […]

bead work

Don Bonner

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Don Bonner, Migwan, leatherwork, beadwork, jewelry, bone, flutes, woodwork, prints, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Don Bonner Artist Gallery Contact Don Bonner Shabot Obaadjiwan, Algonquin Don Bonner, son of Douglas and Carol Bonner. A member of the Shabot Obaadjiwan Band in the Bear Clan of the Algonquin Nation. My chief is Doreen Davis. I’m grateful to the People of Snuneymuxw for sharing their traditional lands on which we live. I […]

woodworking

Lana Thomas

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Lana Thomas, woodworker, woodwork, decor, home, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Lana Thomas Artist Gallery Contact Lana Thomas Eel Ground First Nation I am a First Nations Mi’kmaq / Irish woman, born and raised in rural Ottawa, Ontario. I am a member of the Eel Ground ~Natoaganeg~ First Nation in northeastern New Brunswick. My mother (Barnaby) was born and raised in Eel Ground, and I hold […]

Crafts

Pauline Gilley

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Pauline Giley, crafts, craft maker, featherwork, jewlery, jewelry maker, leatherwork, painting, painter, woodworker, antler, dreamcatchers, medicine bags mittens, moccasins, seal skin , smudging feathers, talking sticks, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Pauline Gilley Artist Gallery Contact Pauline Gilley Mi’kmaq, Qalipu First Nations Pauline Gilley, Member of Qalipu First Nation. I am living in Corner Brook, NL but grew up in Sally’s Cove and Rocky Harbour, NL. I learned sewing from my Grandmother. She made seal skin boots and moccasins for her family. Although I never learned […]

woodworking

Jean Verdon

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Jean Verdon, woodworking, dreamcatchers, feathers, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Jean Verdon Artist Gallery Contact Jean Verdon Métis I am Metis of Algonquin heritage, I always had a passion with Indigenous crafts since I was a young adult. At the age of 20, I wanted to come out with my own different line of Indigenous crafts, wanting to be different from others artisan, I decided […]

bead work

Rachel Volkmann

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Rachel Volkmann, beadwork, beader, crafts, craft maker, featherwork, jewelry, jewelry maker, mobiles, moccasins, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Rachel Volkmann Artist Gallery Contact Rachel Volkmann Mohawk, Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory My name is Rachel Volkmann. I am Mohawk, born and raised in Tyendinaga by Mohawk parents. Through the years I have had many teachers, but mainly my parents. When I was a young girl, my mother was my first teacher and she taught me how […]

carving

Cari Lecocq

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Cari Lecocq, carving, carver, painting, painter, woodworking, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Cari Lecocq Artist Gallery Contact Cari Lecocq Bloodvein First Nation 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 […]

carving

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 Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory 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 […]