carving

Amber Lyn

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Amber Lyn Artist Gallery Contact Amber Lyn Soapstone Carving has grounded me, not only in my forms of expression but in my cultural identity as well. That journey of discovery is just beginning to unfold, and I’m beginning to realize how deeply I would have benefited from access to this artform, in my youth, when […]

bead work

Megan Denise | PLURfect Accessories

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Megan Denise Artist Gallery Contact Megan Denise My name is Megan, it means pearl. I mainly make earrings but I also make necklaces and bracelets by request. Nature is my greatest inspiration. My sister taught me how to make earrings and I am learning to make more things. My favorite things to make are little […]

bead work

Melissa Lowe | Mellowe Creations

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Melissa Lowe Artist Gallery Contact Melissa Lowe Boozshoo, my name is Melissa Lowe. I am from Whitefish Bay First Nation AKA Naotkamegwanning First Nation. I am a Ojibway lady with two children and six grandchildren. I was raised by my kokum (grandma), until she passed away then moved with my dad to Winnipeg until he […]

leatherwork

Linda Koosees

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Linda Koosees Artist Gallery Contact Linda Koosees I, Linda, went vending in various locations and events not limiting myself to pow wows or aboriginal events. Each culture has an indigenous background it was important that we share ours with others and theirs with us. Our small business is traditional first nation apparel, jewelry and decorative […]

basket making

Theresa Cook & David Dearhouse | CD Baskets

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Theresa Cook & David Dearhouse Artist Gallery Workshop Contact Theresa Cook & David Dearhouse Wathahiiostha (Theresa) Cook is of the Deer Clan. From a young age, Theresa began helping her mother and grandmother make baskets and toys from black ash splints. Her partner, Atewenna;ron (David) Dearhouse is of the Turtle Clan. They are proud Kanien’kehá:ka, language speakers, […]

basket making

Renée Dillard

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Renée Dillard Artist Gallery Workshops Contact Renée Dillard Renée is a Anishinaabe natural fiber artist and teacher, raised in Anishinaabe communities of Michigan. She has performed countless presentations in universities, museums and community organizations as well as teaches an immeasurable number of workshops & classes to elders and families in Anishinaabe communities. In 2010, Renée […]

Featherwork

Rebekah Jarvey

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Rebekah Jarvey Artist Gallery Contact Rebekah Jarvey 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, education and cultural preservation. My goal […]

photography

Marjorie Skidders

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Marjorie Skidders Artist Gallery Contact Marjorie Skidders Marjorie Kaniehtonkie Skidders is a member of the Bear Clan of the Mohawk of Akwesasne. Marjorie has come full circle in her career as an artist, starting out with a bachelor’s degree in art and turning that into a 25-year career in education as a teacher, director, Indigenous […]

drawing

Erin FitzGibbon

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Erin FitzGibbon Artist Gallery Contact Erin FitzGibbon I am an artist of Algonquin, Irish, and French descent. I grew being told that my grandmother’s family were “Dark Frenchmen”. Family history was vague and often overlooked. My mother began to research the history and roots of my maternal grandmother after her death. She found a huge […]