Algonquin BFFs. Stories by a Pou Wau Dancer.
Walking out my dying mother’s prayers to make the world a better place.
My family history in Coastal North Carolina.
Fashion Is Language Sage Paul Cardinal was the first that I heard say that indigenous fashion is a language. I witnessed what she meant when I attended my first Indigenous Fashion Week Runway Show in Toronto. The experience was mind blowing and changed the direction of my art-making hands. Indigo dyeing came back to TheContinue reading “Indigo Cloth 2 Dye 4: Day 12/30”
Self-healing by abstract silk painting to create wearable art.
All This Red! Abstract Silk Painted Scarves!
Walking out The Blues of my life by creating indigo cloth 2 dye 4.
Healing myself while creating indigo cloth 2 dye 4. Stepping out of The Blues & Dancing Feeling Good!
Scouring fabric & covering my head while I work! Part of my process of creating indigo cloth 2 dye 4!
Music helps to create indigo cloth 2 dye 4. My favorite is Round Dance!