Les Poteries Line Gros-Louis
Pottery artist Line Gros-Louis has been mastering her art for more than 40 years. With continued training and lots of practice, she sees herself reflected in her works: strong, sophisticated, and one of a kind. Using clay as her form of communication, she pays homage to her Huron-Wendat roots by harmoniously combining the past and present, highlighting her First Nation's traditional symbols and patterns, and combining natural elements with modern, inspiring influences. Today, her pieces are widely recognized and can be found displayed in many national museums across the province, as well as at the National Assembly of Québec.
Warren Steven Scott
The fashion designer, tailor, and artisan, Warren Steven Scott, builds a bridge between Asian haute couture and his Indigenous cultural heritage. His ancestral view of ethics, craftsmanship, and sensible aesthetics paved the way for his unique, character-driven creations.
Three Sisters by Emma
Inspired by tradition, sustainability, and the importance of relationships, Three Sisters by Emma is a reflection of her Métis culture in which the modern day meets the traditional. Stories, landscapes, and memories are interwoven in this delicate beading, a reminder of Emma Cabana's rich heritage.