Chelsea Brooks

chelsea brooks, painter, pass the feather,

Chelsea Brooks

Chelsea Brooks

Indian Brook First Nation

Chelsea Brooks is from the community of Indian Brook, Nova Scotia. She first started painting at the age of 2 years old! Her father, David J. Brooks was also a very great & well known Mi’kmaq Artist. His artwork is featured in the Art Gallery Of Nova Scotia, as well as the murals outside of the Native Friendship Centre in Halifax. He has and always will continue to inspire and influence her artwork.

Chelsea was featured on the cover of 'Canadian Aboriginal Books for Schools Catalgue', 2014-15 edition. She has been a guest speaker and recently did a story for CBC titled, 'Her Fathers Spirit'.

"My creative process begins with having the right frame of mind. I believe in doing good things and good will come back too you (the circle of life) – to be and stay positive. I then get ideas from being outdoors – looking at the sky. A lot of the time I will imagine my paintings in my mind, then I will plan out details and the colors I will use. I also believe that, when I paint, my dad guides me through each piece of art I create.

Each time I create a painting, or make a custom painting for someone, I am giving you not only a painting, but I am also giving you my time, my energy, my thought process, my heart, and my soul." Chelsea Brooks.

Chelsea Brooks, featherwork, painting, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather
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