As an artist my place of greatest inspiration is along the beaches of Tucho (our Dene peoples' traditional name for Great Slave Lake - meaning "big water"). For years I've beach combed for treasure and cleaned the shoreline in gratitude for the gifts. For years I've also experimented with the sand and recycled glass to create my "sandglass".
After thinking about creating a collection of functional and art sandglass pieces, I was nudged forward by a request to put together an employee recognition selection for a customer...the results are growing into the Tucho Wares collection.
These little beauties capture spring along the shores of Tucho (our traditional Dene peoples' name for Great Slave Lake meaning "big water"). Colourful grains of...View full product details
Created from colourful grains of Tucho beach sand and recycled glass - these organically shaped coasters will be the hit of the party, dress up...View full product details
Created from colourful grains of Tucho beach sand and recycled glass - these organically shaped bowls will delight your dinner guests, hold your favourite candies...View full product details
The Tree of Life has long been symbolic around the world within different cultures. Northern people have a deep connection to family and to the...View full product details
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