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Sandy is a proud Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee woman.  She feels fortunate to enjoy the beautiful cultures of both.  In her art, she sources materials by up-cycling and supporting Indigenous businesses who sell the materials.  She loves to bead, sew, thrift, and attend a good kickboxing class.  

Sandra lives on an urban farm with her daughter and husband, in Kelowna, BC.  She enjoys the bounty from her garden and supporting local farmers.

Although Sandra has been creative her entire life, she started making jewelry for her daughter, Hanna. “I wanted to give my daughter something special for her graduation,” Sandra says. "It is important to know who you are and where you came from."

Hanna says, “I have pride for not only my mom’s jewelry, but for my culture. It is strangely personal to display who you are to the world. When I wear [my mom’s] jewelry, I am saying, ‘I am here. I am proud.’ 

Sandra and Hanna frequently train Martial Arts together.

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