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"Eagle" Eco Shawl with artwork from Abenakis artist Jessica Somers

"Eagle" Eco Shawl with artwork from Abenakis artist Jessica Somers

Regular price $54.00 USD
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Designed by Abenakis and Métis artist Jessica Somers.

The eagle represents love because he has the strength to call all the teachings. The eagle has the ability to fly the highest and closest to the Creator.

Art Print Shawls feel very soft and keep you warm. They drape beautifully and can be worn in a variety of ways. 

Shawls measure 180cm x 70cm, (70.5 inches x 27.5 inches) and  are made from 100% recycled polyester 

This scarf / shawl has the artist's signature imprinted in the fabric, and includes a tag with  artist's name and name of the artwork.



Abenaki and Metis artist, Jessica Somers was born in Sudbury Ontario and is currently residing in Lavigne Ontario. She is Abenakis and Métis decent. She is greatly influenced by her grandmother who enjoyed creating scenic and wildlife paintings. Her father’s passion for carpentry and his hard work ethics and determination are what attributed to her success as an artist today.

Jessica loves creating paintings that represent knowledge of the natural world we learn and share through generations. Jessica is captivated by the teachings by elders in her community and her Nation. She creates art that connect to these teachings. This honors her ancestors while also ensuring the knowledge is passed on. Jessica uses her artwork as self-reflection, a way of seeking peace, sharing knowledge, teaching moral lessons, and/or telling stories. Jessica believes that art has been survivance, a way of holding on to stories and history, embodying a way of life, and expressing and sharing Indigenous identities.

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