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Rachel Volkmann

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Rachel Volkmann Artist Gallery Contact Rachel Volkmann My name is Rachel Volkmann. I am Mohawk, born and raised in Tyendinaga by Mohawk parents. Through the years I have had many teachers, but mainly my parents. When I was a young girl, my mother was my first teacher and she taught me how to do all the […]

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Caitlyn May

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Caitlyn May Artist Gallery Contact Caitlyn May A bead artist living in the Pacific Northwest who uses the one needle method to create patches. Buy her work at… Shop Contact Artist Email Location Artist Website & Social Shop Facebook

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Jennah Martens-Forrester: BannockBurrito

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Jennah Martens-Forrester Artist Gallery Contact Jennah Martens-Forrester I am a Cree, Saulteaux, and Tarahumara woman born in Mohkinstsis but raised on the Splatsin Enderby Reserve while my mother attended University. My family on my grandmother’s side were horse traders from Treaty 4 near Maple Creek and the Cypress Hills. My Tarahumara family came to Canada […]

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Rebecca Doxtator | Otsitsidesigns

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Rebecca Doxtator Artist Gallery Contact Rebecca Doxtator Rebecca is based out of the Oneida Nation of the Thames community. Otsitsidesigns creates beautiful and unique beadwork from earrings to bolo ties and one-of-a-kind pop socket designs. Her intricate work brings a mix of traditional beadwork style with a pop culture twist. Buy her work at… Depop […]

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Sayokla Kindness Williams

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Sayokla Kindness Williams Artist Gallery Contact Sayokla Kindness Williams 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. Buy her work at… Contact artist Contact Artist Email Location Artist Website & […]

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Marlana Thompson

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Marlana Thompson, Indigenous artist, beader, bead work, jewellery, moccasins, sewing, regalia, ribbon skirts, first nations, indigenous arts collective of canada, pass the feather.

Marlana Thompson Artist Gallery Workshop Contact Marlana Thompson Marlana Thompson is Mohawk from the Wolf Clan. She was born and raised in Akwesasne, where she lives with her husband, Wayne Baker and their children.  She has been sewing, beading and creating pieces of art since she was seven years old, mainly for herself for ceremonies […]