Roberta Eaglehorse-Ortiz, Oglala Lakota/Yomba. Shoshone, enrolled Lower Brule Souix Tribe. Farmer/Land steward, growing & selling Indigenous produce, medicinal herbs, handcraft tea blends, tinctures and plant starts. In 2023, she will be exclusively vending with Portland Indigenous Marketplace as she builds up the infrastructure at her new family farm in Oregon City, at the end of the Oregon Trail. The lands were once home to the Charcowah village of the Clowewalla (Willamette band of Tumwaters) and the Kosh-huk-shix Village of Clackamas people.
My creations are an homage to my Tsimshian heritage and the traditional weaving & metal art works. My woven items are made from red and yellow cedar bark. These items include baskets, hats and jewelry. My copper metal creations include handmade hayetsk (copper shield) earrings and necklaces. I also make a variety of beaded jewelry and items. Traditional regalia is also included in my creations which range from moccasins to button blankets and Raven's Tail woven items. My artwork keeps me connected to my ancestors and Tsimshian heritage.
My name is Serena Kwey Hart. My Indian name is Niigaani-anang-ikwe, which means leading star women in Ojibwe. I am of Mexican and Native American descent. My 1st name means serene/com in Spanish. My middle name means young woman in Ojibwe and my last name means dear heart. My mother is chicana From El Paso Texas. Her mother was from Mexico and Her father is from Texas. My father is a Anishinaabe/ojibwe from the White Earth reservation in northern Minnesota. Both of his parents are from Indian reservations in northern Minnesota. I was born In Albuquerque New Mexico and grew up in mostly Northern Minnesota and parts of California. I now live in central Oregon where I make and sell my beaded earrings that are of a Ojibwe descent.
Ancestry: Indigenous to El Salvador. Mayan ancestry.
We are a family of woodworkers, we make guitars and unique instruments, wood carvings, wood puzzles, baskets, handwoven textiles, items that represent who we are and our mixed culture. Shop anytime on our website.
Ancestry: Citizen Potawatomi Nation and Indigenous Mexican, Greek ,French and Dutch
I am an enrolled member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation. I create hand beaded earrings in a variety of colors and unique styles. I also create custom embroidered products such as high quality kitchen towels, wall hangings, patches and more.
HerbnHood was created to promote food sovereignty and traditional healing through natural, botanical products. As an Onkwehonwe, the Mohawk word for First People, I believe the earth provides all food and medicine needed for health and wellness. That is why I use high-quality, plant-based ingredients inspired by Onkwehonwe teachings. From medicinal teas and remedies to self-care products, HerbnHood uses organic, home-cultivated herbs grown with reverence for the land.
HerbnHood products can be found on Etsy as well as retailers in Portland OR and Kahnawake, the Mohawk reserve where my family resides. I also vend at powwows, the Indigenous Marketplace, and farmers markets throughout the Pacific Northwest. It is an honor to be able to offer high-quality products to my community and share the Traditional Ecological Knowledge that has been passed down to me. Agriculture for the culture!
Jonni Ketcher is an artist and Cherokee storyteller. Pairing her award-winning illustrative skills with Cherokee stories, she brings a fresh indigenous perspective through bold use of color and shapes.
Ancestry: Turtle Mountain Band* (and Little Shell) Ojibwe
ccasionally bone choker (necklace) and sometimes accept trades and sell. Painted art is generally native, nature or abstract on assorted materials; Jewelry-Loomwork, copper, silver, beads and Bone; assorted handmade curios (painted stones to ceramics or even lampshades). Woolen Bags that are hand sewn. Crochet also.
"A line of ethical, organic skincare handcrafted with ingredients sustainably sourced from local Oregon farms and companies that practice fair trade policies
Ishq (ee-shuh-quh) in Urdu means Love. This is ancestral medicine being shared with you through healing skincare & haircare
Our mission is to make organic skincare simple, sustainable and accessible for everyone while supporting racial and social justice causes locally and globally "
Ancestry: Klamath tribes Leech lake ojibwe Warm springs Wasco Nimiipu
Clothing: t shirts, tank tops, hoodies, bags, zip pouches, purses, scrunches, stickers, buttons all with originally designed indigenous artwork by me. Jewelry: necklaces, bracelets, beaded earrings traditional and contemporary fashion jewelry. Music: traditional native hand drum music composed by me. Paintings,cards,prints and posters with original painted art and graphic design done by me. With my art and the products I create, especially anything painted, printed on clothing and accessories will always be directly inspired by my tribal lineage with our designs that have a unique touch by me.
Sweet Native Expressions (my business name) specializes in unique contemporary Native America wears, accessories, and gifts. All of our items are handcrafted by me, an enrolled member of the Navajo Nation. Some of the items I make are jewelry, bags, coats, umbrellas, seat covers, greeting cards, to name a few items using a vast array of mediums. I also specialize in the Pacific Northwest weaving using cedar bark that we harvest from cedar trees; weaving clothing, bags, jewelry, and other accessories and wears that is accented with a twist of Navajo craft work. I sell at Native American markets, events, conferences, and gatherings throughout the states.
I am an African-Indigenous American. I own a Bakery and catering business. I specialize in Southern desserts and ethnic foods, such as Southern Banana Pudding, Blackberry Cobbler, Lemon Glazed Pound Cake and Sweet Potato Pie. Me and my team also bring to the table some delicious Southern dishes, like Collard Greens, Southern Fried Chicken, Candid Yams, and Cast Iron Skillet Cornbread. Is your mouth watering yet! Contact me for more information and to help plan your next event with my delicious Southern dishes. 971.899.1458 on Facebook, Instagram, or website: www.mildredsweettreats.com
A Holistic, Indigenous and Female owned business inspired by Nature and the wellness of Friends and Family.
We sell seasonal Natural Skin Products, Essential oil roller bottle blends, a small selection of herbs, Healing stone jewelry, Tea blends and other Natural Products.
Our products are seasonal and made in small batches at a local Certified Community Kitchen.
We are located in Eastern Oregon at the foothills of the beautiful Blue Mountains.
We make our products monthly according to the seasons and what we have wildcrafted throughout the year.
Our herbs and ingredients are sourced by sustainability farms with respect, appreciation and stewardship of the Earth. Our wildcrafted herbs are collected respectfully, sustainably, safely and cleanly as possible.
Our vision is to work with the Earth through Universal energies and offer natural holistic solutions for Mind, Body and Spirit.
Shop anytime on our website.
I am an indigenous woman descendent of the Nahuatl people of Mexico. I am a mother, a partner, a grower, a maker and a Red Road walker.
Enraizando brings plant medicine to you fueled by recovery work. Studies have shown that working directly with the earth heals spirit, heart and soul. I offer plantita medicine to you in the form of live plant creations as well as workshops and plant teachings.
I will offer a pop-up photography booth with an airbrush backdrop for glamour shots and astrology readings. These services can also go hand in hand as the're both designed to reflect client's truth and beauty in all its light. I'll also have racks of thrifted clothes for the fashion-savvy.
Hello we are Red Road, we have been a family business for more then 5 generations.
I'm Lakota from Spirit Lake formally known as Devils Lake. And I'm First Nation's from the middle of Vancouver Island. I make all sizes of leather bag's. Medicine bag's. Dream catcher's and Medicine wheels ✨️ ♥️
90% of my art is hand made .
I'm born and raised in the North West.
Thank for your time.
I am a digital graphics designed for which I will print my designs on apparel. Handcrafted soaps, handmade fabric goods (will vary by season; i.e fans, face masks, headbands, lanyards etc.), patches and enamel pins, tank tops, t-shirts, sweatshirts.
I publish books and sell them on Amazon. I create coloring books for children, as well as scissor skills cutting and pasting books for kids, and puzzle books. I also create psychedelic therapy journals for adults. They are all published on Amazon.com https://www.amazon.com/Cat-Whipple/e/B07N32MM41?ref
Northwest Beadwork is owned and operated by Nez Perce Artist Stephanie M. Pinkham. Stephanie designs custom and ready-made beadwork items including regalia, bags, wallets, earrings, hats, and more. You can find Northwest Beadwork on Facebook and Etsy.
BBTEA JARS offers eco friendly drinkware with bamboo lids, stainless steel/glass straws, with zero waste accessories. Its mission is to reduce plastic use waste one glass at a time & connecting with coffeeshops & boba shops to encourage accepting reusables. Wholesale inquiries are available to customize engrave the bamboo lids as well as individual personalized engravings.
BBTEA JARS was founded Feburary 2020, and is currently working on creating Portland’s First Zero Waste Boba Kit which includes loose leaf teas, minimal ingredient boba pearls, a reusable tea strainer, and glass boba jar. We support heavily in community and local businesses, thus most partnerships are local, Woman-Owned and/or BIPOC-Owned. We’ve donated over $1K to Equitable Giving Circle and Golden Leaf Education Foundation in 2021. We are eco conscious, thus our glass cups are plastic free and we ship and deliver plastic free! #EcofriendlyBoBa
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Ancestry: Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde,Umpqua and Shasta Tribes
Hi there! My name is Lindsey Edwards and I am the founder and designer of the little shop, Inherently Native. My shop centers around the art of traditional beading and allows me to express myself through the various techniques, designs, and colors used. I started teaching myself how to bead two years ago as I had a newfound passion to pursue a deeper understanding and connection with my heritage, culture, and people. Earrings have been my primary product since I officially opened up in September of 2022, but I have been expanding to various other accessories, clothing, and regalia! Inherently Native allows me to reconnect with, explore, and share the beauty of my heritage and culture. I want to give people a voice and place to claim that we are still here by designing pieces that you can wear in day-to-day life while still repping your Native pride, spreading awareness, or just looking fantastic with some beaded accessories! You can find me primarily online and can see me pop up and various markets throughout the year. Thank you so much for considering my little shop and I look forward to meeting you and hearing your story too.
We are a brand of clothing that represents native culture and the love of art. Nitay/nitêh means My Heart in Chippewa Cree language, start with your heart and whatever you do comes from the heart. Shop anytime on our website.
I would like to share a table with my Mother who hand makes Cards, table and wall sized Art pieces. I have a selection of handmade shoes made out of rope, not made by me. I also have various items for resale that are largely health and beauty/Laundry, hand and body soaps.
Ancestry: Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde/ Umqua.
I am Kitana, an Oregon born Native American, gamer, and expanding spiritualist. I make abstract statement paintings guided by energy and intuition.
A majority of my work begins on wood, or paper and is designed through color, positive space, and intention.
The purpose of TwahnaCreation is to honor and practice Native spirituality and this artwork shows we are all energetically connected, a belief our ancestors practiced daily.
I create my artwork from my own components of lampwork beads, fused glass, enameled copper, and fashioned metal pieces. These handmade pieces are combined on re-purposed wood and may contain additional objects found along the way.
Drawing from a rich and diverse cultural heritage of Native American, African and Eastern European roots I infuse my work with a spiritualism and a sense of collective conscientiousness that draws on the common nature of humanity.
I offer herbal medicine made in kinship with the Earth, guided by the Stars. Including tea blends, herb bundles, tinctures, oils, salves, shea butter, herbal first aid kits, Stones, steaming blends, sprays, essences, and other botanical goods for a balanced body and home.
I am an Alaska Native artist (Unangax & Alutiiq). I specialize in traditional artwork with a contemporary flair. I create ledger style artwork on antique original maps of Alaska as well as paintings with oil and acrylic.
Baskets, masks, beadwork, paintings, possibly a totem pole. My art is representative of my culture because I learned from my Father who is also Aleut. We (Aleut people) have been using baleen and ivory for hundreds or possibly thousands of years. It is something kept alive by a very small number of people.
I do permanent dainty jewelry.
It is claspless & micro welded on so it comes off only until person is ready for it to come off.
Tooth gems are semi permanent tooth jewelry that is safe for tooth placement
There are gems as well as gold & white gold custom design shapes. Depending on care they can last from 6 months - 1+ year
My name is JaNaela Page and I am the owner of All Zzzz... Pillows and More! I am a mother, and educator, and lover of all kinds of Music.
I started All Zzzz...Pillows and More because I believe that everyone, especially children, should have a safe and comfortable place to lay their heads. I made my first pillow when my mother in law got sick. It seemed like everyone was spending the night and using my kids pillows; leaving their scent and germs on them. So I made the kids pillows with their names on them and everyone knew not to use them. When my mother passed away in 2020 I used my pillow making as a way for me to deal with my pain and heartbreak. Since then All Zzzz... Pillows and More has been blessing people all around the Portland area and even as far as North Carolina.
I dedicate my business to my mom V. Rena' Allen who was always my biggest support and my mother in law Marie Garland.
I can't wait to take your order! All my pillows are made by hand and stuffed with love!
Jewelry (including traditional waistbeads), Intentional & Spiritual creations (amulets, poppets, medicine bags, protective home decor), natural health and beauty products, hair adornments, Loc jewelry, mojo bags, Pine needle decor, greeting cards, ect.
I'm a member of the Seneca Cayuga Nation of Oklahoma. I've been beading for a few years and finally decided to start selling my work after receiving a mountain of encouragement from my friends and family. I love beading and creating jewelry with natural stones. It's been a form of medicine for me. It's also been a great way for me to reconnect with my culture. I mainly bead earrings, but I also bead on hats, wine glasses, antlers and more.