<b>Terry Gardner</b> <br>Deerskin Pouch

Terry Gardner
Deerskin Pouch

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This size/colour combination has been discontinued

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 Made in Canada

Materials: White Deerskin, Deer Antler, Abalone Shell
Lining:
Unlined

Size: Pouch: 3" x 6.5"  With Fringe: 3" x 16"

About the Artist: Terry Gardner is a First Nations artisan of Mi’kmaq, Cree, Ojibwa and Blackfoot decent. Although born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Terry's family roots trace back to Elsipogtog First Nation, New Brunswick. Terry is an emerging artisan who has been practicing his art since 2010 or so. Terry is primarily self-taught in his practice, although some of his skills were learned from his father and grandmother. He considers his work to be traditional with a modern twist. Terry’s work has been featured at the Aboriginal Artist Cooperative at Neechi Commons. In addition to creating beautiful traditional works of art, Terry connects with his Indigenous roots by regularly attending powwows where he proudly jingle dress dances.



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