bead work

Janice McNutt

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Janice McNutt, beadwork, jewelry, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Janice McNutt Artist Gallery Contact Janice McNutt Inuk My name is Janice McNutt, I am an Inuk artist. My Grandmother was born and raised in Aklavik, Inuvik. Although my father and Grandfathers are not Inuk, I am however a status Inuit from the Inuvialuit Regional Corporation and take great pride in my background. I’m an […]

bead work

Carly Smith

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Carly Smith, beadwork, jewelry, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Carly Smith Artist Gallery Contact Carly Smith Cree My name is Carly Smith, I am a self-taught beader, born in Northern Ontario and currently residing in Southern Ontario. I am of Cree descent and have an interest in all forms of Indigenous arts and crafts. I have a passion for keeping Indigenous art forms such […]

Apparel & Clothing

Lisa Poulin

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Lisa Poulin, Apparel, Ribbon Skirts, Tote Bags, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Lisa Poulin Artist Gallery Contact Lisa Poulin Ojibway/Cree My name is Lisa Poulin, I am an Ojibway/Cree artist from Matachewan First Nation in Ontario, Canada and now reside in Saskatchewan. I am a Kokum to two Grandsons and a Mother to two sons. I have been working as an Indigenous advocate in the justice system […]

Apparel & Clothing

Karlee Fellner

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Karlee Fellner, Visual art, acrylic, mixed media, digital art, clothing, merchandise, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Karlee Fellner Artist Gallery Contact Karlee Fellner Cree/Métis ᒥᔪᑌᐦ ᐃᐢᑫᐧᐤ miyotehiskwew (Good Hearted Woman) katoyiis akii (Sweet Pine Woman) Karlee Fellner is Cree/Métis and grew up just outside of Edmonton, about an hour from her grandmother’s scrip land was issued. Karlee is a professor and provisional psychologist by trade, and began painting with acrylics in […]

bead work

Riannon Tsosie

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Riannon Tsosie, beadwork, jewelry, sewing, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Riannon Tsosie Artist Gallery Contact Riannon Tsosie Navajo My name is Riannon Tsosie, I’m a young Navajo artist from Arizona. My inspiration and creativity came from my grandparents growing up with them as a young girl. I’ve always seen my paternal grandmother make authentic Navajo jewelry and would sometimes assist her in her work and […]

Sewing

Shalene Keepness

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Shalene Keepness, sewing, regalia, ribbon skirts, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Shalene Keepness Artist Gallery Contact Shalene Keepness Métis My name is Shalene Keepness, I am a Métis artist currently residing in Regina, SK. My mother, Celina Jarrett, is a self taught sewer who taught me to sew at a very young age. Just recently, we both picked up sewing again together. Our business is a mother/daughter […]

jewelry

Karen Erickson

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Karen Erickson, Artwork, painting, jewelry, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Karen Erickson Artist Gallery Contact Karen Erickson Métis My name is Karen Erickson, I am a Métis artist from Prince George, BC. My parents are from Meadow Lake and Green Lake, Saskatchewan. My biggest influence to why I create is my twin sister, Carla Joseph. I am self taught, I have been practicing my craft since I […]

Crafts

Darbi Hawley

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Darbi Hawley, Acrylic paint, dream catchers, Jewelry, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Darbi Hawley Artist Gallery Contact Darbi Hawley Métis My name is Darbi Hawley, I am Métis artist currently residing in Innisfail, AB. I have been practicing my craft since I was a child and feel very lucky that my family has passed down their talents to their children and grandchildren. What motivates me as an […]

basket making

Nanci Ransom

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Nanci Ransom, black ash, basketmaker, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Nanci Ransom Artist Gallery Contact Nanci Ransom Akwesasne Mohawk Territory Nanci Ransom, Bear Clan, enjoys making baskets out of black ash splint and sweet grass. She began traditional basket making with her friends and mentors, Sheila Ransom and Debbie Cook-Jacobs. She’s hoping to carry on the tradition to her grandchildren. She grew up on the […]

painting

Sara Begg

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Sara Begg, painting, painter, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Sara Begg Artist Gallery Contact Sara Begg Gamblers First Nation My name is Sara Begg, I am an Indigenous Artist that likes to create all forms of Mixed Media Art with preferences for watercolour and acrylic paintings. My Grandfather was my first teacher as a child, he was a very talented Artist himself; not only […]