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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 […]

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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 […]

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Sayokla Kindness Williams

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Sayokla Kindness Williams Artist Gallery Contact Sayokla Kindness Williams Sayo’:kla “It Snows Again” On^yote’a:ka, Oneida Nation of WI. Turtle Clan I can teach any style of beadwork. Flat, raised, 2-needle, edging, peyote, wrapping. I specialize in creating movement jewlery for Indigenous women. Buy her work at… Contact artist Contact Artist Email Location Artist Website & […]

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Marlana Thompson

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Marlana Thompson Artist Gallery Workshop Contact Marlana Thompson Marlana Thompson is Mohawk from the Wolf Clan. She was born and raised in Akwesasne, where she lives with her husband, Wayne Baker and their children.  She has been sewing, beading and creating pieces of art since she was seven years old, mainly for herself for ceremonies […]

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Emma Bedard Jacobs

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Emma & Darren Jacobs Artist Gallery Contact Emma & Darren Jacobs Three Sisters Native Arts & Crafts is a small business owned and operated in Kahnawake. They accommodate with pleasure to promoting Native culture through the products they provide. All of the products are designed by Native Artist from BC. They strive to make their […]

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Kelly Henhawk | The Turtle Feather

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Kelly Henhawk Artist Gallery Contact Kelly Henhawk Kelly Henhawk of The Turtle Feather, is Mohawk and her territory is Six Nations of the Grand River. She has always liked making things since she was a child using her Grandmother`s sewing machine to make doll clothes. As she got older, her passion to make different items from sewing to […]

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Susan Hill | Hill’s Creations

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Susan Hills Artist Gallery Workshop Contact Susan Hills Susan Hill is a Haudenosaunee artisan & member of the Cayuga Nation living in Ohsweken on Six Nations of the Grand River Territory. She is self taught in making moccasins and was mentored by her mother, Millie throughout her years of beading. Susan is the sole proprietor of […]

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Narda Kathaleen Julg | NKJ Native Originals

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Narda Kathaleen Julg Artist Gallery Contact Narda Kathaleen Julg Narda Kathaleen Julg is a Mohawk artist living on the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory in eastern Ontario.  She designs what she refers to as modern traditional clothing in both fabric and buckskin.  She has used other leathers such as buffalo, elk and moose. The leather work is […]

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Faye Lone

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Faye Lone Artist Gallery Contact Faye Lone Faye Lone currently resides on Tonawanda Seneca Rez and is a member of the Hawk Clan. She has 6 talented adult children, 3 of which who make some of the handmade products. She quit her federal job to move home and start a business. She is an award-winning fabric artist, with […]