Indigenous Art Made for You to Wear
nu chexw men wa ha7lh?
Hello, are you well?
(as translated from the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh sníchim)
Welcome to First Nations Gallery, an online marketplace for Indigenous artists to sell their jewelry and accessories. Browse earrings, rings, necklaces, belt buckles, and more – all crafted by Indigenous artists in Canada.
Known as the Trickster, the Raven is one of the most familiar characters in Indigenous stories and culture. Sometimes selfish and chaotic, sometimes nurturing and caring, the Raven is forever respected for containing multitudes.
The Orca / Killer Whale
Both revered and feared, the killer whale has a long history of being the hunter of the sea. In recent years, with dwindling Salish Sea Orca population, we have come to cherish and celebrate how this matriarchal-led species is fighting to regain it's rightful position in the natural world.
The Frog is often heard before it is seen, so to understand the language of the Frog is to have a friend in all places. Celebrated for their communication, they are a cherished for their ability to alert us to danger or comfort us in the darkest of nights.