Algonquin BFFs. Stories by a Pou Wau Dancer.
Walking out my dying mother’s prayers to make the world a better place.
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”
I love creating color on cloth!
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!
My journey of creating medicine cloth from natural dyes to heal the broken parts of us in order to also heal our land started on the sacred bank of Lake Ontario.
How indigenous fashion found me!