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fashions

NoiseCat’s graphic designs lend a spectacular flair to every-day accessories such as scarves, tee shirts, umbrellas and steel tags. Keep an eye out for new products, uploaded as they become available.

sculpture

Whether it’s in wood, metal, glass or a combination of these, NoiseCat brings his vision to life with extraordinary style, marrying his Indigenous roots to his modern sensibilities.

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fashions

NoiseCat’s graphic designs lend a spectacular flair to every-day accessories such as scarves, tee shirts, umbrellas and steel tags. Keep an eye out for new products, uploaded as they become available.

fashions

NoiseCat’s graphic designs lend a spectacular flair to every-day accessories such as scarves, tee shirts, umbrellas and steel tags. Keep an eye out for new products, uploaded as they become available.

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jewelry

NoiseCat/Ed translates Pacific Northwest themes into dramatic, wearable art. Each “totem” animal is sculpted in wax, then cast in sterling silver. Rings, bracelets, pendants and earrings take shape as Thunderbird, Raven, Wolf, Frog, Salmon, Eagle and Bear—each bearing a special significance to Indigenous culture.

jewelry

NoiseCat/Ed translates Pacific Northwest themes into dramatic, wearable art. Each “totem” animal is sculpted in wax, then cast in sterling silver. Rings, bracelets, pendants and earrings take shape as Thunderbird, Raven, Wolf, Frog, Salmon, Eagle and Bear—each bearing a special significance to Indigenous culture.

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steel cutouts

See the fabulous creations of the NoiseCat mind come into vivid life as wall mounted or free-standing steel silhouettes. Choose from stainless, hot-rolled carbon or Corten steel for a sleek or rustic finish. Order exactly the size and finish that matches your aesthetic.

steel silhouettes

See the fabulous creations of the NoiseCat mind come into vivid life as wall mounted or free-standing steel silhouettes. Choose from stainless, hot-rolled carbon or Corten steel for a sleek or rustic finish. Order exactly the size and finish that matches your aesthetic.

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MIAC – Clearly Indigenous

Clearly Indigenous: Native Visions Reimagined in Glass

May 16, 2021 through June 16, 2022

Book available on Amazon

Clearly Indigenous: Native Visions Reimagined in Glass, is a groundbreaking exhibit of works in glass by 33 Indigenous artists, plus leading glass artist Dale Chihuly who introduced glass art to Indian Country. On view from May 2021 to June 2022 at The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture the stunning art in the exhibit embodies the intellectual content of Native traditions expressed in glass.

The artists have melded the aesthetics and properties inherent in glass art with their cultural ways of knowing, whether re-interpreting traditional stories and designs in the medium of glass, or expressing contemporary issues affecting Indigenous Nations. A companion book tells these stories and includes photos of most of the works on display.

The exhibit, curated by Dr. Letitia Chambers, former CEO of the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Arizona, and artist and museum consultant Cathy Short, features the following artists: Larry Ahvakana, Marcus Amerman, Angela Babby, Brian Barber, Dale Chihuly, Priscilla Cowie, Joe David, Alano Edzerza, Joe Fedderson, Dan Friday, Raya Friday, Gunbi Ganambarr, Tammy Garcia, Lewis Tamihana Gardiner, Tony Jojola,Ramson Lomatewama, Carol Lujan, Ira Lujan, Djamba Marawili, Robert (Spooner)Marcus, Jody Naranjo, Ed Archie NoiseCat, Haila Old Peter, Carl Ponca, Marvin Oliver, Virgil Ortiz, Shaun Peterson, Lillian Pitt, Harlan Reano, Preston Singletary, Raven Skyriver, Rory Erler Wakemup, and Adrian Wall.

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