woodworking

Jean Verdon

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Jean Verdon, woodworking, dreamcatchers, feathers, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Jean Verdon Artist Gallery Contact Jean Verdon Métis I am Metis of Algonquin heritage, I always had a passion with Indigenous crafts since I was a young adult. At the age of 20, I wanted to come out with my own different line of Indigenous crafts, wanting to be different from others artisan, I decided […]

bead work

Rachel Volkmann

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Rachel Volkmann, beadwork, beader, crafts, craft maker, featherwork, jewelry, jewelry maker, mobiles, moccasins, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Rachel Volkmann Artist Gallery Contact Rachel Volkmann Mohawk, Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory 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 […]

bead work

Melanie Montour – Native Artisan Designs

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Melanie Montour, Native Artisan Designs, beadwork, beader, jewelry maker, jewelry, leatherwork, mixed media, painting, painter, regalia, stone carver, carving, crafts, craft maker, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Melanie Montour Artist Gallery Contact Melanie Montour Anishnawbe, Seine River First Nation I am Anishnawbe and originate from Seine River Reserve in Treaty 3. I was Sixties scooped and adopted to Six Nations Reserve when I was 2. I am a mother of 3 daughters and grandmother of 7. I was always interested in art, jewellery […]

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 […]

Featherwork

Rebekah Jarvey

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Rebekah Jarvey, multidisciplinary, feathers, regalia, covid-19 masks, workshops, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Rebekah Jarvey Artist Gallery Contact Rebekah Jarvey Chippewa Cree, Rocky Boy’s First Nation My name is Rebekah Jarvey. My Indian name is Carries Sweetgrass Woman and I come from the otter and ermine clans. I am a Chippewa Cree businesswoman, Blackfeet decedent and sewist who enjoys showcasing my rich cultural identity through designing, modelling, styling, […]

Featherwork

Fundraising

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Chelsea Brooks, painted feathers, aboriginal arts collective of canada, pass the feather, feather art, aboriginal artwork, turtle painting

The AACC is fundraising for our Indigenous Arts Conference! This gorgeous work is by artist Chelsea Brooks! Bid on this 8″ x 10″ hand painted canvas and matching 11″ feather! If you purchase a set from this page, all proceeds will go to our not-for-profit AACC! We’re fundraising for our Indigenous Arts Conference!! Price of […]

Featherwork

Chelsea Brooks

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chelsea brooks, painter, pass the feather,

Chelsea Brooks Artist Gallery Contact 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 […]

Featherwork

Dawn Setford

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Mohawk Feather Keeper, graphic and web designer, photographer and paper maker. onkwehonwe | haudenosaunee | kanien’kehá ka | wakhskare:wake DAWN mary francis IEHSTÓSERANON:HA she keeps the feathers Dawn Setford (Mary Francis Whiteman) Iehstóselanon:ha is Kanien’kehá:ka (Mohawk), Wakhskare:wake (Bear Clan) and a Feather Keeper whose familial territory is St.Regis/Akwesasne. Her family was one of several Akwesasne […]