Amanda King-Blum

Okanagan Indian Band

Media: Glassware etching

3226 Upper McLeod Rd
Armstrong, BC    V0E 1B8


Amanda incorporates Native design in her glassware etching. “A friend from the coast taught me and it started as a hobby to help me to relax and be creative”. Her art can be viewed at the Enderby Esso and Artistic Hair Design in Vernon, B.C.


Tony Antoine

Splatsin Indian Band

Media: Drawing, wood, glass etching

71 Lassertie
Enderby, BC   V0E 1V4


Tony was born and raised in the Enderby area and attended Hazelton old town school for two years of wood carving on the Northwest Coast. He is mostly self-taught and chose to work with glass because “there aren’t a lot of local artists working with this medium”. Some of his glass works and designs can be viewed at the Enderby Esso Station, as well as on display at the new School District #83 building in Salmon Arm. He also designed logo’s for the Annual Diabetes Conference held in Penticton and for a local Insurance office on Main Street in Enderby.


Juliana F Alexander

Splatsin Indian Band

Media: Performing, literary
basket, leather, jewelery, dance, music, storytelling

50 Grindrod Road
Enderby, BC   V0E 1V4


Juliana’s art is both Traditional and Modern and includes traditional tanning, regalia, food, singing, teaching culture and language, arts and crafts, stone jewelery and shawls. The Secwepemc Nation People are her inspiration.

Her works can be seen at the Enderby Esso.

Lucille Nali

Coldwater Indian Band

Media: Visual basket, jewelery

1037 Squilax Sub Div
Chase, BC   V0E 1M2


Lucille is a self-taught artist who creates Pine Needle Baskets and likes to “tinker with beads”. She is inspired by seeing other artists’ work and developing her own colours and shapes. Her mother and her sister taught her how to bead.

Angelina (Wells) Arnouse

Lilwat Indian Band (Mount Currie)

Media: Wood, basket, fibre, leather, jewelery

3194 Angie Lane
Tappen, BC  V0E 2X1


As I create my art, I get different ideas as I go along. I learned techniques from my mother, older sisters, and other elderly ladies. I am still learning as I go along. Angelina’s work can be viewed at the Skw’lax Art Gallery.

Shari Spada

Little Shuswap Indian Band

Media: Painting, drawing, jewelery, native beadwork, totes, shawls

#4-3164 Sylvester
Tappen, BC    V0E 2X1


Shari is a self-taught artist who began creating her art in 2005. Her work includes watercolour, abstract acrylic and native beadwork. She also creates tote bags and shawls. Her work can be viewed at the Artisan’s Gallery in Squilax.

Calvin Shirt

Saddle Lake Indian Band

Media: Painting, drawing, wood, basket, leather, jewelry

Box 293
Chase, BC   V0E 1M0


I would describe my art as creative, colourful, and original. My parents are my inspiration for the arts that I do. I also make drums and do beadwork. The majority of my work can be viewed on my Facebook page.


Randolph Frank Sam

Neskonlith Indian Band

Media: Wood, Jewelery, Gold andSilver engraving

Box 1438
Chase, BC   V0E 1M0


Randolph is inspired by the North West Coastal Master Artists Norman Tait, Derek Wilson and Jim Edenshaw. His original engraved pieces can be viewed at Cheryl’s Trade Post and the White Rock Gallery.

Tania Willard

Neskonlith Indian Band

Media: Painting, drawing, basket, public art, curatorial, community engagement

See images of works and projects at

PO Box 755
Chase, BC
V0E 1M0


Tania Willard, Secwepemc Nation, works within the shifting ideas of contemporary and traditional as it relates to cultural arts and production. Often working with bodies of knowledge and skills that are conceptually linked to her interest in intersections between Aboriginal and other cultures. Willard has worked as an artist in residence with Gallery Gachet in Vancouver’s Downtown East Side, the Banff Centre’s visual arts residency, fiction and Trading Post and was a curator in residence with Grunt Gallery. Collection’s of Willard’s work include the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Kamloops Art Gallery and Thompson Rivers University. Willard’s recent curatorial work includes Beat Nation: Art Hip Hop and Aboriginal Culture, presented at Vancouver Art Gallery in 2011 and touring until 2014. Willard is currently the Aboriginal Curator in Residence at the Kamloops Art Gallery.

Hayley Bowe

Adams Lake Indian Band

Media: Performing, literary, painting, drawing, wood, basket, fibre, leather, jewelery, music, storytelling, quilting, embroidery crocheting

Box 1327
5135 Kamloops Shuswap Road
Adams Lake IR #4   V0E 1M0

I work with recycled materials, cans, glass material, fibre, wires, gardening [and] different medicinal plants. I work with my Sister Rhona on these, she makes medicine. My inspiration and teacher was Delores Purdaby, mostly my mom, and making do with what you have. The work can be seen at Ska-Hiish Esso, Adams Lake Friendship Centre, Big Sky Gas Station and Squilax Gallery


Isha R Jules

Neskonlith First Nation

Media: Painting, Drawing, Airbrush, Murals, Theatre Sets, Youth Art Programs, Art Tutorial Videos


5836 Trans Canada Hwy
Chase, BC   V0E 1M3


Isha describes art as a “connection between self and the Creator to develop a beautiful connection with self”. She was inspired by Ron Miles from Portland, Oregon and her work can be viewed at both the Ska-Hilsh Esso and the Secwepemc Museum.