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Tribal Glass Art

Wa`tkwanoera (Mohawk), Sekoli (Oneida), Hau (Dakota), Ya`at`eeh (Navajo)

I have nine pages to look at,(at the top of page) and will be adding more in the near future. I wanted to both show my work and have a fun and educational twist to my site. Hope you enjoy and please sign my guestbook.
Enjoy and thank you.


I will be adding my glass work on a regular basis so please stop by again.


I would like to thank Betty for my first stained glass sale, and I would also like to thank my beautiful wife and all my friends (especially Bob and Keith) for their support, and words of encouragement.
Thank You

Due to different PC monitors, colours and graphic quality varies.

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Welcome to Tribal Glass Art

A little bit about myself:

I have been painting and used to carve wood from time to time, a good friend introduced me to the world of stained glass . I have only been doing stained glass for three years, but with practice and my artistic ability I (and many other happy customers) are proud to hang my glass art proudly.




In the ways of our ancestors, we are taught that everything in life is circular. We observe the changing of the seasons, the travelling direction of the sun and the moon, how we develop from birth to death and in the spirit realm. We are one within the circle of life. The "Medicine Wheel" teaches us balance, to discover ourselves, and our path.

feathers, different colours available

Large Feathers are 10 inches high by 3 inches wide, small feathers are 6 inches high by 2 inches wide

The below peices were inspired my an Awesome Native artist and a relative of mine.
Migwech Gail





This suncatcher is 12 inces in diameter


Native Jewelry,Art and Gifts

Web Design for Peoples with little or no Budget
Walking Bear's Web Design

J.Box - different colours, patterns and sizes available

Jewelry Box is 7.5 inches wide by 4 by 1.5 inches high

Bear Paw.jpg

This piece is dedicated to the Anishinabek bear clan

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Spiral, Horizontal Line Spinning


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Feather Suncatcher
This suncatcher is 7 inces in diameter


free patterns

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My Version of a Thunderbird



Nishnabek infront of the mountains is 14 inches wide by 10.5 inches high.

Quote From the Past

George Copway (Kah-ge-ga-bowh) Ojibwa Chief


Among the Indians there have been no written laws.Customs handed down from generation to generation have been the only laws to guide them. Every one might act different from what was considered right did he choose to do so, but such acts would bring upon him the censure of the Nation.... This fear of the Nation's censure acted as a mighty band, binding all in one social, honorable compact.


If you have any comments or questions feel free to e-mail me at the link below.




I would like to thank Silverhawk`s Graphics for the use of his graphics, you can view them at

Thank You:
Pidamayado (Dakota), Niawen (Mohawk), Ahehee (Navajo)

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Quote From the Past

Mourning Dove Salish

...... everything on the earth has a purpose, every disease an herb to cure it, and every person a mission. This is the Indian theory of existence.

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