Deer Hide Beaded Work Bag
$0.00 – $65.00
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Naomi is from Neyaashiinigmiing, Nation; the Chippewas of Nawash. She’s an Indigenous artist and educator. She is actively involved in sharing traditional teachings with others. She focuses on the ways of the Indigenous people of the Woodlands and Northeastern region from a historical and contemporary perspective often through the story of beads.
Her artwork embraces ancestral designs in the form of bags, adornment, and accessories using quill work, bead work and other indigenous methods and materials. Naomi’s work has been exhibited across Canada and internationally. She has shown at the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) in Washington DC, New York City, the Vancouver 2010 Olympics and participates in numerous events throughout the year.
“Honouring our traditions is my voice within and beyond my Culture and Community. Traditionally there is no word for “art” in Native languages yet artistry and visual expression are critical in defining who we are as Indigenous people. It is this path I wish to exemplify through my teachings and my work.”
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Sunday March 29 | 9am to 4pm
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