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Mel Losh, Ojibwe quill and bead artist

Mel Losh, Ojibwe quill and bead artist

Ornamentation, Techniques, Using Porcupine Quills

Three examples of overlay quilling, showing some of the simpler designs.

Round porcupine quill box in brown and white. First Nations; Mi'kmaq, (1875-1900)  dyed and natural porcupine quill, birchbark, spruce root and wood.11 cm x 8 cm x 8 cm Brunswick Museum - Search Art, History & Photography

Round porcupine quill box in brown and white. First Nations; Mi'kmaq, (1875-1900) dyed and natural porcupine quill, birchbark, spruce root and wood.11 cm x 8 cm x 8 cm Brunswick Museum - Search Art, History & Photography

Native American Baskets by Patricia Dunnett at Home & Away Gallery

Native American Baskets by Patricia Dunnett at Home & Away Gallery

3 inch Quill Box. Made by a First Nations artisan. Porcupine quills, birch bark, and sweetgrass were used.

3 inch Quill Box. Made by a First Nations artisan. Porcupine quills, birch bark, and sweetgrass were used.

buriedthings:  Manitoulin Island quillboxes, with designs using only the natural colour. Porcupine quill embroidery (quillwork) on birchbark, trimmed with sweetgrass. From the collection of the Ojibwe Cultural Foundation.1. Marina Recollet2. Jean Mishibinijima3. Delia Beboning4. Josette Debassige5. Marina Recollet (side view of #8)6. Eric Beboning (side view of #7)7. Eric Beboning8. Marina Recollet

buriedthings: Manitoulin Island quillboxes, with designs using only the natural colour. Porcupine quill embroidery (quillwork) on birchbark, trimmed with sweetgrass. From the collection of the Ojibwe Cultural Foundation.1. Marina Recollet2. Jean Mishibinijima3. Delia Beboning4. Josette Debassige5. Marina Recollet (side view of #8)6. Eric Beboning (side view of #7)7. Eric Beboning8. Marina Recollet

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