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Virtual Mohawk and Abenaki Art Market

 

Margaret Jacobs

Meet some of the talented and skilled artists and artisans participating in the 2020 Mohawk & Abenaki Art Market. For this year, we are virtually connecting you with the artists virtually. Click on a link to visit their web or social media sites, to enjoy their artwork, and to browse.

Please contact artists directly to purchase items or to inquire about special orders.
FEATURED
Owisokon LahacheTurtle Bay Art Studio
Owisokon Lahache
https://fineartamerica.com/profiles/owisokon-lahache
Turtle Bay Art Studio creates original art and space for people interested in Mohawk Art.

Beadwork & Quillwork

Kay Lynn Adams
Kay Lynn Adams
https://www.etsy.com/shop/KADAMSArtJewelry
Kay Lynn’s work is inspired by nature and often incorporates natural materials such as sweet grass, leather, wampum, and stones. She uses traditional methods of beading, basketry, and design with a modern Mohawk twist.

Baskets

Carrie Hill
Chill Baskets
Carrie Hill
http://chill-baskets.com/
Traditional weaving techniques on contemporary pieces. Chill Baskets is a teacher and mentor, demonstrator and presenter.
Tiann White
Tiann White
https://www.facebook.com/tiann.white/
Handmade pineapple basket with yellow-dyed black ash and also green-dyed black ash, woven with sweetgrass.
Robin Lazore
Tota Ma’s Baskets
Robin Lazore
https://www.facebook.com/TotaMasbaskets/
Featuring Mohawk sweetgrass baskets.

Clothing

Owisokon Lahache
Turtle Bay Art Studio
Owisokon Lahache
https://fineartamerica.com/profiles/owisokon-lahache
Turtle Bay Art Studio creates original art and space for people interested in Mohawk Art.

Diverse Art

Natasha Smoke Santiago
The Storytellers House
Natasha Smoke Santiago
https://www.facebook.com/storytellershouse/
Unique, one of a kind, handmade pottery made with love, and tradition, right from the heart of Akwesasne.
Glenn Hill
Sonny Boy Guitars
Glenn Hill
https://www.facebook.com/Sonny-Boy-Guitars
Hand-built custom instruments, created one at a time. Vintage construction with modern performance.
Carrie Hill
Chill Baskets
Carrie Hill
http://chill-baskets.com/
Traditional weaving techniques on contemporary pieces. Chill Baskets is a teacher and mentor, demonstrator and presenter.

Jewelry

Margaret Jacobs
Margaret Jacobs
http://www.margaretjacobs.com
Steel sculpture and powder-coated jewelry. Margaret uses a combination of processes in her sculpture including hot and cold forging/forming and welding. Her jewelry combines powder-coated brass with natural materials such as antler and horn.
Carrie Hill
Chill Baskets
Carrie Hill
http://chill-baskets.com/
Traditional weaving techniques on contemporary pieces. Chill Baskets is a teacher and mentor, demonstrator and presenter.
Natasha Smoke Santiago
The Storytellers House
Natasha Smoke Santiago
https://www.facebook.com/storytellershouse/
Unique, one of a kind, handmade pottery made with love, and tradition, right from the heart of Akwesasne.

Painting

Victoria Ransom
Victoria Ransom
https://www.facebook.com/Wahiia/
Artwork by Victoria Ransom uses Haudenosaunee visual language to create works of art in pen & ink, painting and beadwork. Victoria uses skydomes, pottery designs, and inspired wampum belt symbolism to create works of art immersed in Haudenosaunee culture.
Owisokon Lahache
Turtle Bay Art Studio
Owisokon Lahache
https://fineartamerica.com/profiles/owisokon-lahache
Turtle Bay Art Studio creates original art and space for people interested in Mohawk Art.
Kay Lynn Adams
Kay Lynn Adams
https://www.etsy.com/shop/KADAMSArtJewelry
Kay Lynn’s work is inspired by nature and often incorporates natural materials such as sweetgrass, leather, wampum, and stones. She uses traditional methods of beading, basketry, and design with a modern Mohawk twist.
Natasha Smoke Santiago
The Storytellers House
Natasha Smoke Santiago
https://www.facebook.com/storytellershouse/
Unique, one of a kind, handmade pottery made with love, and tradition, right from the heart of Akwesasne.

Pottery & Sculpture

Margaret Jacobs
Margaret Jacobs
http://www.margaretjacobs.com
Steel sculpture and powder-coated jewelry. Margaret uses a combination of processes in her sculpture including hot and cold forging/forming and welding. Her jewelry combines powder-coated brass with natural materials such as antler and horn.
Natasha Smoke Santiago
The Storytellers House
Natasha Smoke Santiago
https://www.facebook.com/storytellershouse/
Unique, one of a kind, handmade pottery made with love, and tradition, right from the heart of Akwesasne.
Owisokon Lahache
Turtle Bay Art Studio
Owisokon Lahache
https://fineartamerica.com/profiles/owisokon-lahache
Turtle Bay Art Studio creates original art and space for people interested in Mohawk Art.

Woodwork

Glenn Hill
Sonny Boy Guitars
Glenn Hill
https://www.facebook.com/Sonny-Boy-Guitars
Hand-built custom instruments, created one at a time. Vintage construction with modern performance.

Photography

Marjorie Skidders
Ohiatonkwa – Photography by Marjorie Kaniehtonkie Skidders
Marjorie Skidders
https://www.instagram.com/ohiatonkwa/
Marjorie Skidders specializes in photographing Haudenosaunee people in traditional and contemporary lifestyles, in our natural surroundings.

Multimedia & Drawing

Victoria Ransom
Victoria Ransom
https://www.facebook.com/Wahiia/
Artwork by Victoria Ransom uses Haudenosaunee visual language to create works of art in pen & ink, painting and beadwork. Victoria uses skydomes, pottery designs, and inspired wampum belt symbolism to create works of art immersed in Haudenosaunee culture.