jewelry

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

Brittany Kidman Boyle

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Brittany Kidman Boyle, beadwork, beader, quillwork, leatherwork, crafts, jewelry, ribbon skirts, moccasins, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Brittany Kidman Boyle Artist Gallery Contact Brittany Kidman Boyle Alderville First Nations I am a self taught artist. I first learned how to do bead work while at Trent University. From there i have taught myself how to make moccasins, mukluks and quill work. All my work is completed by hand with no machines used. […]

bead work

Keri Mitchell – Eastern Fire Designs

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Keri Mitchell, Eastern Fire Designs, beadwork, beader, contemporary, jewelry, stones, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Keri Mitchell Artist Gallery Contact Keri Mitchell Mohawk from Akwesasne She:kon! My name is Keri Mitchell, I’m a Mohawk from Akwesasne. Growing up in Akwesasne, I’ve been very fortunate to be surrounded and inspired by many amazing artists and crafters that used our Haudenosaunee imagery in their works. When I was young, my mom taught me […]

bead work

Gail Braun

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Gail Braun, beadwork, Reader, patches, moccasins, lanyards, crafts, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Gail Braun Artist Gallery Contact Gail Braun Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation My name is Gail Braun, I am a member of the Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation in Northern Manitoba. I grew up in South Indian Lake MB, watching women in our community beading and sewing. Eventually I was taught by several woman how to bead vamps. Over […]

Fine Art

Cheyenne McGinnis

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Cheyenne McGinnis, beadwork, beader, pyrography, painting, painter, leatherwork, fine art, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Cheyenne McGinnis Artist Gallery Contact Cheyenne McGinnis Kainai/Saddle Lake I am a Blackfoot/Cree Woman learning and living on the West Coast of British Columbia, in unceded Salish Territory. My work is inspired by the Land, the Water, the Air. I use my art to speak to my experiences living as an Indigenous Woman in Canada […]

Author

Karole Dumont

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Karole Dumont, beader, beadwork, jewelry, crafts, dreamcatcher, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Karole Dumont Artist Gallery Contact Karole Dumont I come from a long lineage of Metis artists, artisans, and seamstresses, and I enter the Northern Lodge’s “Golden Years,” I enjoy sharing the teachings I received with the younger generations. Being raised to the sound of a sewing machine, loom weaving and needle work feeds the creative […]

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 […]

jewelry

Ann Brown

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Ann Brown, painter, jewelry maker, jewelry, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Ann Brown Artist Gallery Contact Ann Brown Mohawk My name is Ann Brown. I am mixed, Mohawk, Irish and French. I grew up near Belleville, ON, and moved to Ottawa, Algonquin territory where I connected with people at the Wabano centre. I learned about making Quill Jewelry from a Mohawk woman named Shirley and how to work […]

Crafts

Sharon Robinson

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Sharon Robinson, craft maker, crafts, jewelry, jewelry maker, dreamcatchers, sterling silver, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Sharon Robinson Artist Gallery Contact Sharon Robinson Métis My name is Sharon Robinson, I live in Maple Ridge BC. I’ve always felt something was missing in my heart. Recently I’ve been doing our family tree and found out our grandfather was Métis living with my grandmother in Selkirk, Manitoba. The fact that we had indigenous […]

basket making

Linda Peterson

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Linda Peterson, basket maker, basketry, beadwork, beader, craft maker, crafts, quilling, quillwork, birch bark, jewelry, jewelry maker, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Linda Peterson Artist Gallery Contact Linda Peterson Michipicoten First Nation My name is Linda Peterson, I live in Wawa. My upbringing taught me to work with birch bark, sweetgrass and later on I taught myself beadwork, and other Indigenous crafts.Today I am retired, partner, mother, grandmother and great grandmother enjoying my life and creating pretty […]