Tag Archives: Turtles

Some Yummy Bracelets. Unique. Original. Aboriginal.

I was commissioned by the City of Markham to design 21 bracelets earlier this year for the Clarkson Cup Women’s Hockey Tournament. The Clarkson Cup is the women’s equivalent to the Stanley Cup. I had a blast designing the bracelets … Continue reading

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Aboriginal Pavilion at Fort York

It’s almost here! The event we’ve all been waiting for – the world’s largest Indigenous Arts & Culture Festival with an Indigenous Arts Marketplace featuring exquisite new designs by Blue Dawn Jewellery. Starting Thursday July 16 until Sunday July 26, … Continue reading

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Biindigen Arts Festival – Sutton Ontario

September 28, 2013 – Mark this in your calendar! I’ll be at the Biindigen Welcome Festival at the Georgina Arts Centre and Gallery, 149 High Street¬†in Sutton, Ontario. This Festival is held in conjunction with the 19th Annual Georgina Studio … Continue reading

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Something Different

I’m known for creating big, beautiful, original and innovative jewellery – necklaces and bracelets. When people started telling me they really wanted one of my pieces but preferred something a bit smaller, I created some smaller but still unique and … Continue reading

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More Friends. More Jewellery.

More from Indigenous & Ingenious… My friend and fellow artist and organizer Naomi Smith who excels at traditional beadwork was one of the artists at Indigenous & Ingenious. Here she is hard at work on the gorgeous strawberries she makes: … Continue reading

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Turquoise and …Turtles

Turquoise is my first love when it comes to gemstones.¬† At bead stores and gem shows, it’s impossible for me to walk past the turquoise. The sky-blues, robin’s egg blues and earthy greens and browns of the stone are irresistable. … Continue reading

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Beginnings…

Hello World! This is me – first day of school, many years ago. I was bright-eyed and full of anticipation and excitement when my big sister Rosie took me by the hand to deliver me to our one-room schoolhouse on … Continue reading

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