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Nish Nabie Nish was born in Quebec and as a child spent long periods within the context of nature viewing the lives of its inhabitants, among them the eagles, hawks, bears, moose and deer. During a life which has had its dark periods, Nish was guided to sculpture as a form of holistic therapy and […]
The Beading Drum Jewelry Originals Kelly and Claire are First Nation jewelry and accessory designers based in Canada, and are members of The Whitefish River First Nation. It was on the beaches of Turks and Caicos where we were inspired to design jewelry. The ocean resembled turquoise and the abundance of shells, coral and stones inspired […]
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 […]
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 […]
National Indigenous Survivors of child welfare network Tealey Products and The honey Lodge specialize in leather crafts, bee keeping and selling natural honey products. Their hand made Native crafts are sewn with love and the honey products will tease your sweet tooth. They originated in Kahnawake, Quebec, and they deliver in town as well. Tealey […]
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 […]
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 […]
Thomas B. Maracle 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 has been involved with Native art since his childhood […]
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 […]
Teresa Vander Meer-Chassé Teresa Vander Meer-Chassé (b. 1992) is a proud member of the White River First Nation of Beaver Creek, Yukon, Canada and Alaska. Her beadwork is inspired by the strong women in her life, her mother, aunts, and grandmothers and the support of the caring men in her life, her partner, father, uncles, […]
In a circle, we are all equal; no one is in front of you, no one is behind you, no one is above you, no one is below you.
Art is Healing | Donnell Taylor
Indigenous people have overcome great odds and Donnell is proof that we are resilient, strong and essential to the identity of Turtle Island / North America. We are proud to introduce you to him via this documentary. Thank you for sharing, Donnell.
You can find Donnell and more of his work on our website, you can order his work through Pass The Feather or you can meet him in person on Elgin Street in Ottawa.