jewelry

Sharon Burritt

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Sharon Burritt, jewelry, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Sharon Burritt Artist Gallery Contact Sharon Burritt Bkegwanong FN/Walpole Island Sharon Kiyoshk-Burritt was born at Walpole Island First Nation. Her hobby, designing jewellery is a now a small home-based business. Sharon is also a sweetgrass basketmaker, by tradition. Most of Sharon’s designs are influenced by traditional first nations art & adornment. Sweetgrass, deer antler, porcupine quills, glass beads […]

jewelry

Cora Gallant Aucoin

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Cora Gallant Aucoin, jewelry, jewelry maker, stones, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Cora Gallant Aucoin Artist Gallery Contact Cora Gallant Aucoin Qalipu First Nation Born in Stephenville, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, I have been creating and designing art pieces since I was a child. I feel a strong connection to my First Nation-French heritage, memories of past innocence, the natural beauty of nature and the wonders of […]

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Cree Iskwew Design

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Paula Johnson-Jefferson, A Cree Iskwew Design, natural products, jewelry, essential oils, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Paula Johnson-Jefferson Artist Gallery Contact Paula Johnson-Jefferson Samson Cree First Nation My name is Paula Johnson, I am a proud Maskwacis Cree Iskwew from treaty 6 territory of Samson Cree First Nation. I am the owner of A Cree Iskwew Design where I design handmade essential oils from traditional medicine such as sweetgrass, sage and cedar […]

bead work

Karen Starr Beauvais

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Karen Starr Beauvais, beader, crafter, jewelry maker, dreamcatchers, medicine bags, sterling silver, jewelry, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Karen Starr Beauvais Artist Gallery Contact Karen Starr Beauvais Mohawks of Kahnawake My name is Karen Starr and I am a First Nations Mohawk of Kahnawake. Creating is in my blood and my hands were made for crafting, I have been sewing and painting from an early age. My grandmother was a beader and I […]