leatherwork

Linda Koosees

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Linda Koosees, facillitator, workshops, leatherwork, beadwork, dreamcatchers, moccasins, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

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

Renée Dillard

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Renée Dillard, basket maker, workshops, facilitator, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Renée Dillard Artist Gallery Workshops Contact Renée Dillard Anishinaabe 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, […]

drawing

Erin FitzGibbon

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Erin FitzGibbon, photographer, photography, drawing, geometric, graphite, workshop, portraits, visual art, Indigenous Artist, First Nations, Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada, Pass The Feather

Erin FitzGibbon Artist Gallery Contact Erin FitzGibbon Algonquin 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 […]

ceramics

Marleen Murphy | Millside Ceramics

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Millside Ceramics, pass the feather, first nations art directory, aboriginal arts collective of canada,

Marleen Murphy Artist Gallery Contact Marleen Murphy Mohwak, Tyendinaga First Nation Marleen Murphy’s business has grown over the years and has become very well known. Her work is recognized all over Ontario, it is unique and boasts the newest Mohawk Pottery Design. Her pieces can be seen at many Pow wows, conferences and events across […]