Drawing from her ancestral ties this permanent installation includes a replica of a dugout canoe above a glass tile mosaic of the regions indigenous fish species depicted at full scale. Located at Veterans Plaza at the Prince George City Hall this piece was a collaboration with Elder artist Robert Frederick. The dugout canoes are traditionally made with Landooz (cottonwood trees) and the title and story of 'Astas and the Salmon accompany the work both in the plaque and the carved image upon the canoe. The piece is titled 'En Cha Ghuna (he too lives).
This purse is made from Sheep hide. The bead is Japanese delica beads. I can pretty much sew any design for you. I have a stone within the middle of the flower. I can insert Moonstone, Labradorite, etc. A lot of hours goes into this art. I do not work for $2.00 - $3.00 an hour and will charge according to cost of supplies, my skill, and my talent.