Stardust Artisans

Stickin Together

  Stickin Together "Stickin' Together is an anti-oppressive online art shop located on Treaty 6 Territory. Run by a Vietnamese/Chinese settler woman, their vibrant designs explore themes of anti-racism, solidarity, and resistance. As a community organizer and local artist, Diane works to collaborate with other marginalized artists in hopes of amplifying their voices. She is dedicated to supporting Indigenous-led movements and redistributes 15% of sales to the IRSSS as a token of gratitude for living and working on Indigenous land. Stickin' Together's goal is to unite like-minded individuals and challenge oppressive systems together, through art."      

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Stardust Artwork

Stardust Artwork

 Stardust Artwork "Hi! I’m Monique, I’m a queer nonbinary artist living on Treaty 4 and Treaty 6 territory. I’ve been running Stardust Artwork for close to 4 years, I make hand-sculpted jewelry out of polymer clay, and sometimes incorporate other materials such as crystals and beads. I have a ton of inspirations for my jewelry, including plants, animals, food, vintage toys, celestial imagery, and more. I also like to draw and paint with watercolour in my free time!" Here are some examples of their work: 

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Mikisiw-Pinēsiw Art & Designs

Mikisiw-Pinēsiw Art & Designs "Kecia Cook is and Ojibway/Cree artist from Treaty 5 territory. She has been living in Saskatchewan for more then ten years. She is a multi-disciplinary artist that works with acrylic paints, traditional beading and sewing. Kecia's inspiration comes from her culture and traditional floral designs. Beading and sewing was passed on from her late nokom Francis Cook.  The name of her business is Mikisiw-Pinesiw Art & Designs. This means "Eagle-Thunderbird" in swampy cree dialect. This represents the spirit helpers that share the teachings of love, family, strength, community and more. Kecia hopes that these helpers will...

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Heather Bouchier Designs

 Heather Bouchier Designs "Originally from Beardy’s & Okemasis Cree Nation in Saskatchewan, Heather has been in Edmonton since 2005. She attended Fashion Design school in Saskatoon and has been sewing since 2001. Her design esthetic includes the use of thrifting, up cycling, some traditional techniques and materials such as beadwork, horsehair, dentillium and hides. Heather is inspired by vintage styles and blends them with modern design. She owns her own business as a custom seamstress, costume designer, tailor, and jewelry artist. Heather has shown her collections all over North America, Japan, and most recently Vancouver Indigenous Fashion Week. One of...

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Lilith Witchy Brews

Lilith Witchy Brews "Mx. Lilith's Witchy Brews are magical sensory experiences created by Tea (They/He) on Treaty 6. They are inspired by and use ingredients from nature for their healing properties to make Bath Brews, Wicked Roll-On's, & Potion Droppers. Every product is packed full of intentions; Bath Brews are colourful and transformative bath experiences; each is created with specific magical purposes and contain a little potion inside infused with those properties. Wicked Roll-On's & Potion Droppers are essential oil blends associated with each chakra. Every roll-on & dropper bottle contains crystals, associated flowers or herbs, pure essential oils, and...

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