Whetung Ojibwa Crafts and Art Gallery
Curve Lake Reserve, Curve Lake, Ontario
1997 - Present
The Whetung Art Gallery current houses the predominant number on my work. They can be seen immediately upon entering the gallery when not being exhibited for special artist celebrations and demonstrations.
One can literally spend hours browsing through the gallery rooms which are filled floor to ceiling with carvings, masks, pottery, paintings, beadwork, quillwork, jewelry, traditional music, and other decorative items of every description.
2003 - 2007
“Nestled in the heart of Montana's beautiful Bitterroot Valley, Sacajawea Gallery lies on the route of the historic Lewis and Clark expedition. Featuring local and historic western artists, Sacajawea Gallery is committed to preserving the history and heritage of frontier Montana. In addition to traditional western art however, we make a special effort to highlight Native American artists of Montana and the surrounding region in an attempt to recognize the unique cultural contributions of the original American people.”
1995 - 2002
Curve Lake Reservation, Curve Lake, Ontario
While Perry and Annette had a shop on the reserve many of my smaller beaded pieces were sold through them. My beaded dream catchers and jewelry have been purchase and currently reside through out the world.
Native Renaissance II
2005 & Present
Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, Deseronto, Ontario
Located in historic Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, Native Renaissance II Art Gallery & Gift Shop features original sculptures & music by Mohawk artist Thomas B. Maracle, houses 30 other talented artists work, and showcases native artifacts.
Textile Museum of Canada
The TMC is located in the heart of downtown Toronto just steps away from City Hall and the Art Gallery of Ontario. We are one block east of University Avenue, south of Dundas Street. Textile Museum of Canada 55 Centre Avenue (Dundas St. W & University Ave., St. Patrick sub...
My beaded tapestries are the rendition of my own sketches and imagination. I transform them into a digital beading pattern. My loom is a work of wonder and one of a kind. It actually is made from a discarded television tower.
I use size 10 seed beads and a blended hand quilting thread. I weave the warp threads back into the body and often create loops of beads to hold the hanging rod or fringe with semi precious stones for the base.
And yes now ...I have to wear glasses.