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I am Samantha Jacobs. Seneca, Turtle clan from the Cattaraugaus Indian Reservation.
Nadine is a mommy and photographer from Belleville, Ontario. She is a proud Haudenosaunee (Mohawk) woman whose family is from St.Regis/Akwesasne.
Ann Mitchell | Basket Maker Ann Mitchell is a Haudenosaunee (Mohawk) woman who makes traditional mohawk baskets with a contemporary spin.
William Monague is an Ojibwa painter. William grew up on Christian Island, Georgian Bay home of the Beausoleil First Nation People and currently resides in Midland, Ontario. The self taught artist left his Beausoliel First Nation reserve on Christian Island in the 70’s and 80’s travelling the Pow Wow circuit to sell native art. Soon after his three daughters Wausa, […]
Awo’kwejit Hemp Creations It is with our deepest sadness that we announce the passing of Cathy Elliot. An unexpected accident has taken her way too young. We will leave her page to commemorate her wonderful work. Cathy was a lover of the arts and an invaluable asset to many communities.
Hello, My name is Yolanda…I make a line of Leather Moccasins for children, and I do commission for adults. I also, make all Leather Handbags. I’m Blackfeet. Grew up on the Blackfeet Reservation, Badgercreek, Montana.
My name is Andre Couillonneur and I am originally from northern Saskatchewan and I am Woodland Cree. I now reside in Edmonton, Alberta I usually paint things from dreams and visions that I have. I often paint animals and forest scenes because I grew up in northern Saskatchewan surrounded by forests and lakes.. and often […]
Sewing, Quilting, Regalia I am Faye Lone. I live on the Tonawanda Seneca Rez and a member of the Hawk Clan.
Basket Maker She:kon. My name is Carrie Hill and I reside in Akwesasne . I have been a basket maker for around 9 years now and have just currently left my job as a Teachers’ Aide to pursue basket making full time.
Dawn Setford is a feather keeper, graphic and web designer, photographer and paper maker. Dawn Setford is Haudenosaunee (Mohawk) whose matrilineal ancestral territory is Akwesasne. She is a community-engaged visual and media artist who encourages FNMI artists to create and express themselves in an effort to promote economic opportunity and inter-generational healing. The majority of her work is […]
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.