Miss Mollie's First Nations Glass Plates 

 

 

 

Licensed glass plates exclusive for Miss Mollie's

- glass plates are food grade

- each plate includes a bio card with description of the image and artist bio.

 

John Christopher Print Lost Birds First Nations Cree Artist

" Thunderbird"

MF105012

9.5" x 5"

 

 

John Christophers We Are All One plate

MF105006    " Elder"

10"

Stained Glass Suncatcher

 

The Kermode Bear: The Kermode bear is not an albino; the white colouration is the result of a double recessive gene which means the gene must be present in both of the breeding bears.

 

 

About the Aritst

Todd Jason Baker  is one of Canada’s foremost First nation artists. He is the grandson of the (late) great leader and speaker Chief Khot-la-cha (Chief Salmon Baker) of the Coast Salish tribe. The Squamish Nation located in beautiful city of Vancouver.

Stained Glass

"Thunderbird"

Canadian Artist  Sue Coleman

Glass Plates 

The Artist

Sue Coleman maintains a studio on the shores of Cowichan Bay, Vancouver Island, Canada. She paints a variety of subjects from misty west-coast scenes, wildlife and landscapes, to art that has a strong First Nations influence. Sue actively works to promote environmental awareness and wildlife conservation

 

The Kermode Bear: The Kermode bear is not an albino; the white colouration is the result of a double recessive gene which means the gene must be present in both of the breeding bears.

 

 

Hummersky: Long ago the hummingbird was considered a sign of good luck and good weather to come and hunters would sing songs asking the hummingbird to appear and bring them luck.

 

 

PSC9 - 602  "Twins"

9" x 9"

min . 2pcs.

PSC9 - 601  "Hummersky"

9" x 9"

min . 2pcs.

PSC9 - 603  "Kermode"

9" x 9"

min . 2pcs.