Ah Nee Mah (Ancient Voices)
Check my web store to learn more about these beautiful, decorative items.
I find myself in an emergency situation and would like for you to consider helping thru my GoFundMe Page http://www.gofundme.com/
Last year my husband had major surgery for cancer.
After radiation and chemo therapy we were hopeful. However, one year to the month, he went for a check up and was diagnosed with stage four liver cancer. I am with him 24/7 which means I have been unable to sell the art work I have (except on line) and have been unable to make more. The bills are mounting and he has been given between 2-10 months. That means there will be remaining medical bills to pay. I thought I would sell my home, but the realtor has told me it has little value in the current market and I still owe a $35,000 mortgage. If I try to sell it at their price and pay off the mortgage, medical bills and try to move, it will be an economic disaster. So, I have started a GoFundMe page under medical for Bobscancer. If you would like to help, it would be greatly appreciated. Small donations are appreciated just as much as the large ones. Some friends have donated generously leaving us humbled, but we are just as happy with a small gift. Thank you for taking the time to read and consider this. Blessings. Morningstar
Welcome to my web site featuring Wabanaki designs, symbols , stories and gourd crafts. The Wabanaki tribes include: Passamaquoddy, Penobscot, Micmac, Maliseet and Abenaki.
My gourds feature traditional designs from the Wabanaki tribes in the Northeast Woodlands with an emphasis on the Abenaki. While many are striving to revive Native languages, I am working toward preserving the Visual Language of our northeast woodland People.
I have gathered some videos and still photos which I hope will help students and interested parties in better understanding our People.
Thank you for taking the time to visit. Please don't hesitate to leave comments in my "testimonial" guestbook, under gallery pictures or the videos. Feedback is always welcome.
*Enrolled member of the Nulhegan Band, Coosuk Abenaki of Vermont
Member of the Vermont Abenaki Artists Association
Northwest Connecticut Artists Association
EXCITING NEWS!!! I now have a retail gallery as part of my studio at Whiting Mills Studios, 100 Whiting Street, Winsted, CT 06098. We are officially kicking off "Third Sunday" as many of us have agreed to be open to the public the third Sunday of each month as well as during the two larger Open Studio events for spring and the holidays. We will be open 11:00 am - 4:00 pm. One of a kind items may be purchased on site! Smaller items which are not in my web store such as jewelry are also available. I hope people will stop by to wish us well.