Native American Art - - BEADWORK/QUILLWORK -

A col­lab­o­ra­tive be­tween mother, Delina White, and daugh­ters, Laven­der Hunt and Sage Davis, Iamanishinaabe cre­ates Na­tive ap­parel and bead­work as a team. “I learned to sew bead­work at the age of 6 from my ma­ter­nal grand­mother and I taught my daugh­ters to sew bead­work start­ing at the age of 10, and they are teach­ing their chil­dren to sew us­ing the sewing ma­chine and make bead­work,” White says. Her grand­daugh­ter Nook­wak­wii “Snowy” White is also now sewing her own ap­parel. Iamanishinaabe trav­els through­out the United States and Canada, danc­ing at pow­wows and grow­ing their haute cou­ture and ready-to-wear cloth­ing lines. White says, “We are look­ing for­ward to shar­ing our cul­ture through art to ev­ery­one who vis­its our booth.”

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