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.

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.

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.

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.

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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SLCC – NoiseCat 2020

Sqātsza7 Tmicw – Father Land

Bringing Home Ed Archie NoiseCat
June – September 30 2020

Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre


After a lifetime of living and practicing art in the United States, the SLCC is proud to celebrate Lil’wat artist Ed Archie Noisecat on his father’s traditional territory.

Curated by SLCC’s Director of Culture, Kimberly Stanger, and Curator Mixalhitsa7 Alison Pascal, Sqātsza7 Tmicw – Father Land features art Noisecat has crafted in a range of mediums including steel wall installations, cast bronze, wood carvings, glasswork, and handcrafted jewelry.

Spo7ez Cultural Centre and Community Society is a registered Canadian charity and the first centre of its kind in Canada. The Squamish and Lil’wat Nations came together to celebrate and share our cultures with the world while creating meaningful employment opportunities for members of both nations. By sharing where we are from and where we are going, our visitors acquire a greater understanding of our Nations and the shared territories that Whistler resides upon.


About Ed Archie NoiseCat

Salish artist Ed Archie NoiseCat grew up in British Columbia’s remote, mountainous interior with his mother’s people, the Canim Lake Band of Shuswap Indians. He draws inspiration from his mother’s plateau culture, and from his father’s people, the Lil’wat.

Trained as a master printmaker at the prestigious Emily Carr College of Art & Design, NoiseCat’s vision was then distilled by experience as a fine art lithographer in New York and Boston before beginning his exploration as a contemporary artist of monumental sculpture, working in mixed multimedia including works in glass, wood, steel, silver and gold.