I am focused on illustrating the stories of the Northeast Woodland People with emphasis on the Wabanaki Group (Abenaki, MicMac, Maliseet, Penobscot, Passamaquody). The stories and designs are worked on gourds which have been traditionally used by First People since 10,000 B.C. Enrolled Member of the Abenaki Nation, Nulhegan Band, Coosuk-Abenaki of Vermont.
History Press released my book "The Visual Language of Wabanaki Art" in July, 2014.
I offer lectures and workshops on: Gourds, Women's roles in Native History, and Searching Native genealogy in Upper New England and Quebec.
My art is in the permanent collections at Chimney Point Museum (VT), Institute for American Indian Studies (CT) and the Roger Williams University Collection (RI).
*All fees for my services are contingent upon the type of function and travel costs.