Sayokla Kindness Williams

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sayokla kindness williams, pass the feather, bead work, Indigenous artist, first nations art, native art

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. Contact by email: Facebook: Sayokla is located near Wisconsin.


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 […]


KC Adams

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KC Adams, pottery, clay

KC Adams | Pottery My Cree name is capapiminat mikisew iskwew (flying overhead eagle woman), my mother’s family is from Fisher River Cree Nation and my father’s family is from Peguis First Nations. I have been working with clay since 1996 and the moment I touched clay, my blood memory kicked in and I felt […]


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 […]

bead work

Ama Beads

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chandra labelle, ama beads, mocassins, dream catchers, artist, jewelry, pass the feather, aboriginal arts and collective

Ama Beads Chandra Labelle was raised in the suburbs of Montréal and had little contact with Indigenous arts and crafts growing up. As the child of a Sixties Scoop Survivor, there were no traditional teachings passed down to her Algonquin mother nor to Chandra. Chandra is the proud mother of two Inuit children, Raven and […]

Birch Bark Bitings

Pat Bruderer

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Pat Bruderer Pat Bruderer (Halfmoon Woman) is originally from Churchill, Manitoba and spent most of her life in northern Manitoba. She now resides in the Kootenay area British Columbia. Pat is a member of the Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation in Saskatchewan and she is a self-taught birch bark biting artist who has been practicing for […]

bead work

Charlene Raven Tolley

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charlene raven tolley, beading, dream catcher, drums, aboriginal artist, workshops, pass the feather, aboriginal arts and collective

Charlene Raven Tolley Charlene Raven Tolley, Bear Clan and Algonquin grandmother from Kitigan Zibi and lives in Maniwaki . She’s been beading for over 20 years. Charlene specializes in beaded dream catchers and jewelry and creates stunning painted hand drums. Charlene travels extensively on the powwow trail selling her work under the name of Raven’s […]

bead work

Amy Willier

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Amy Willier, beading, artist, wolf, pass the feather, aboriginal arts and collective

Amy Willier Amy has spent her life under the tutelage of her mother, Yvonne Jobin.  She has learned how to tan hides, do beadwork and many other ancient art forms. Amy has taken the traditional arts and brought them into the future with her artistic creativity.  She specializes in beadwork, leather work, painting and fish scale art. Amy […]

basket making

Robin Lazore

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mohawk basketry, Robin Lazore, pass the feather

Tota ma’s Baskets Hi my name is Robin Lazore, I have been a basket maker for 30 years and I have classes to teach children the importance of our culture. By teaching children, my hope is to keep the tradition going. I teach classes for everybody to enjoy the basket making and by using materials […]