Art Socks by First Nations Artists from Oscardo
Leaf Dancer Socks Designed by Sioux Native Artist Maxine Noel.
"Mother Earth turns, and with a gentle wave of her hand another season passes." - Maxine Noel.
Floral on Yellow Socks- Designed by Ojibwa Native Artist Norval Morrisseau.
Red Salmon Designed by Gitksan Native Artist Jamie Sterritt.
According to legend, salmons are really people in fish form. The salmon people lived in the sea and changed into salmon for their annual migration up the great west coast rivers thus bringing food to the people.
Blue Confessions to the moon -Design by Kwakwaka'wakw Artist Andy Everson.
"Under the beauty and the depths of the universe, we are often lost in thoughts about our lives. It is then that we look up and share confessions to the moon about the secrets and stories that shape our existence." - Andy Everson.
Sky Watcher by Design by Yellowknives Dene Native Artist Dawn Oman.
The Polar Bear is known as the wise, powerful "Great Lonely Wanderer." The Bear clan members were the strong and steady police and legal guardians.
Breath of Life -Blue Socks Designed by Métis Artist Leah Dorion.
"Our breath gives us life and is the sacred vessel which carries our voice. When words are shared with loving positive energy our world is greatly impacted."