There are some photos or artworks that everyone has seen. Whether it is because they perfectly capture an emotion or inspire a movement, these photos are the ones that stick out in people's minds. Some examples of the kinds of photos are The Migrant Mother or The Afghan Girl. In this post, I would like to talk about … Continue reading Iconic Photos of Indigenous Movements
I do not live where I was meant to, where my ancestors cared for lands, just as the lands cared for them too. I do not live in a place, shaped by creator's hands. I do not live where I was born to, where my parents happened to be, when their love was new. I … Continue reading Spiritually Homeless
Susie Haida Life is an Indigenous YouTuber who is attempting to create a community on YouTube for Indigenous people. Although I am not on YouTube (for now) I did want to support her efforts by responding to the Tag she created here!
Recently over on Instagram, I have received a few requests to turn peoples selfies into digital art! I've decided to keep moving forward with this by formally accepting art requests or commisions. More details below! I will not charge for any art that is commisioned for personal use. If ever someday a company wanted me … Continue reading Art Requests/Commissions Now Open!
In this post, I write a review of Tenille K. Campbell's collection of poetry titled #IndianLovePoems read on to find out what I thought of this book! Before I talk about the book itself, I want to talk about the authour. (IMG SOURCE) Tenille Campbell is an example of an awesome human being and someone that … Continue reading Media Review: #IndianLovePoems