NikawiStoneJewellery

Gems, contemporary & traditional designs & beadwork.

Edmonton, Alberta

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Announcement    Tracy Bradley is a multi-disciplinary artist, birth worker and director at Grow Centre . She is of Cree-Metis and European descent. Her work also involves being Community Coordinator at Ociciwan Contemporary Art Centre. Tracy’s practice involves community building, investigation of traditional materials in contemporary styles, and revolves around creating and supporting opportunities for learning and sharing of traditional skills. She works primarily in hide, beads, sculpted wool, natural stones, fur, birch bark, textiles, acrylic, watercolour, ink and oils. Tracy is a member of the IAM – Indigenous Artists Market Collective. Tracy was born and raised in Edmonton, and her Scottish Metis family roots connect to Turtle Mountain, St. Paul de Metis, and Red River Settlements.

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Last updated on 05 Nov, 2020

Tracy Bradley is a multi-disciplinary artist, birth worker and director at Grow Centre . She is of Cree-Metis and European descent. Her work also involves being Community Coordinator at Ociciwan Contemporary Art Centre. Tracy’s practice involves community building, investigation of traditional materials in contemporary styles, and revolves around creating and supporting opportunities for learning and sharing of traditional skills. She works primarily in hide, beads, sculpted wool, natural stones, fur, birch bark, textiles, acrylic, watercolour, ink and oils. Tracy is a member of the IAM – Indigenous Artists Market Collective. Tracy was born and raised in Edmonton, and her Scottish Metis family roots connect to Turtle Mountain, St. Paul de Metis, and Red River Settlements.

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Key pendant

CA$12.00

Medicine pouch

CA$69.00

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About NikawiStoneJewellery

Sales 457
On Etsy since 2018

Find me at Grow Centre, Bountiful Market and with IAM - Indigenous Artists Market Collective.

Edmonton ochi niya, living and creating on Whyte Ave at Grow Centre Cowork.

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  • Tracy Bradley

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    Uniquely combined for their energetic qualities and for their relationship to the earth. Traditional metis beadwork, sculpted wool felt, natural stones, upcycled fur, birch bark, fibres, canvas, acrylic, watercolour, ink, oils and canvas.

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