Crafts

Jacqueline Becker

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Jacqueline Becker, crafts, jewelry, leatherwork, woodworking, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Jacqueline Becker Artist Gallery Contact Jacqueline Becker Wuskwi Sipihk First Nation My name is Jacqueline Becker, I am from Wuskwi Sipihk First Nation. I grew up watching my grandmother work with leathers and bead which inspired me to do the same and I hope to one day teach my children. Contact Artist beckerjacks2015@gmail.com Brandon, MB […]

Crafts

Colleen Moreau

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Colleen Moreau, Ribbon skirts, medicine bags, dream catchers, face masks, leather purses, leather bags, book marks, posters, bone necklaces, cards, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Colleen Moreau Artist Gallery Contact Colleen Moreau Metis Nation of Ontario Many moons ago when my children were young, I decided to raise them without television. In doing so, I taught my two boys how to work with their hands with leather and beads. Till this day, my boys still make handmade gifts for others such as, […]

bead work

Jennah Martens-Forrester: BannockBurrito

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Jennah Martens-Forrester, BannockBurrito, beadwork, beader, crafts, craft maker, leatherworkk, hand drums, dreamcatchers, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Jennah Martens-Forrester Artist Gallery Contact Jennah Martens-Forrester Splatsin First Nation 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 […]

bead work

Chandra Labelle | Ama Beads

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Chandra Labelle, Ama Beads, beadwork, dreamcatchers, jewelry, leatherwork, workshops, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Chandra Labelle Artist Gallery Contact Chandra Labelle Algonquin Chandra is the proud mother of two Inuit children, Raven and Lucy and the daughter of Algonquin women. She is a strong advocate for children’s mental health issues, FASD and a relentless fighter for the rights and wellbeing of Indigenous children under the care of the child […]