Traditional arts are listed on the left of the page and contemporary artforms are listed on the right side.
Artists are organized by media and skill level*. See definitions of skill levels below.
Click on a highlighted name to view artist profiles, images of their art, artist bios, and artist statements.
*ARTIST SKILL LEVELS*
MCB = Master Culture Bearers have a superior skill level, mentor emerging artists, exhibit their artwork internationally, and have received awards for their artwork or work with and for the community.
M = Master Artists have practiced their craft for at least 10 years are familiar with the history of their art form. They have exhibited their work, offer workshops and lectures.
J = Journey Person have practiced and sold their craft for at least 5 years.
Crafts-person (C) = Craftspeople are can either be self-taught or had some lessons but they are not doing an apprenticeship with a Master Artist. They do not have the technical expertise to be considered for the Journeyman or Master Artist categories.
A = Apprentices are in the process of learning their craft.
BARK CANOE MAKER
REGALIA – Clothing, Sashes and Bags
WOOD CARVING – Bowls, Dancing Sticks, War Clubs, Snow Snakes and Paddles
Carol Billings McGranahan (A)