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Celeste Grouette

Celeste Grouette, crafts, jewelry, dreamcatchers, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Celeste Grouette

Celeste Grouette

Métis
My name is Celeste Grouette, I am a Métis artist residing in Grandview, Manitoba.  I was taught how to weave dreamcatchers at the tender age of six years old, in Fort Nelson B.C. I was part of a Native Arts group my Elementary School organized for Indigenous students.
Celeste Grouette, crafts, jewelry, dreamcatchers, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather
Due to my parent's careers, my early days were pretty nomadic and I ended up being instructed by Anishinaabe and Mi'kwaq Elders as well, while living a few miles from the Eel Ground Reservation in Miramichi, New Brunswick. I was also attending cultural revival retreats for Indigenous youth in Nova Scotia. This base of education was eventually molded with about two decades of self directed Art History studies, centred around 'Art Nouveau' style, resulting in the 'Possible Artifact recovered from the tomb of an Ancient Witch King' aesthetic that I now possess. My creations are absolutely one of a kind, no two is exactly alike.
Celeste Grouette, crafts, jewelry, dreamcatchers, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather