Colleen Tweedle – MORGANDYS


My name is Colleen Tweedle, I am Cree Metis whose family is from Buffalo Lake Metis Settlement in Northern Alberta. My Mothers family is originally from Papaschase Reserve. My biggest inspiration has always been my Kokum Melanie “Minnie” Blyan. Kokum … Read More

Shannon Tokio- Carr


I’m an Algonquin indigenous artist, I was born in Edmonton Alberta. I  grew up In the mayerthorpe/ whitecourt area. After graduation I moved back to Edmonton.I am a single parent of 3 adult daughters. As a breast cancer survivor, doing … Read More

Kate Mosley – bopandbead


I’m a Metis woman hailing from all over Alberta and Saskatchewan. I found beading just as a hobby at the beginning of the pandemic after I lost my job and it has since become my side-gig while I attend university … Read More

Terri Razor – Indigenous Signs and Stuff


My name is Terri Razor, an Anishanaabe-kwe from Waywayseecappo First Nation, Manitoba. I am a mother of two daughters (2 years old) and (10 months). My partner and I began creating signs in October 2021 for Indigenous people. We sold … Read More

Chelsea Boucher of River City Rustic

Crystal Eyo

I A M – Indigenous Artist Market Collective Member Chelsea Nadine Boucher of River City Rustic Roots: Alexander band Now calls home: Edmonton Chelsea is a dedicated and hardworking Indigenous Lawyer and avid crafter. Right from design, creating, and flawless … Read More

Pauline Nykolyshyn – Earth to Home Creations

Debbie Houle

In 2018 Pauline embarked on a journey to rescue her passion for art and to create one of a kind pieces that allow her to surround herself with the rich natural environment created by Mother Earth.   She was inspired … Read More

Donna Robillard of Kookum Donna’s Creations

Debbie Houle

Donna Robillard, is a Cree Iskwew originally from the Fond Du Lac Denesuline First Nation in Saskatchewan and has called Edmonton her home for many years.  She was gifted the teaching of bead work from her daughter Amanda and a … Read More

Jennifer Anderson – Squeed’s Muks & Moccs

Debbie Houle

Tansi! My name is Jennifer Anderson, but most people know me as Squeed (my Cree name). My first language is Cree. I am from the Gift Lake Metis Settlement, born and raised. My parents have always taught me to value … Read More

Deanne Sutherland – Under the Night Sky Creations

Debbie Houle

Deanne is a self taught artist. She made her first ribbon skirt for her late sister DInnika Sutherland’s 1st memorial round dance. She didn’t have a ribbon skirt to wear and decided that she could create one for herself.  She … Read More