"This design represents the interconnection between water and all living beings, whether on land, in the sky, or below the depths of Anishinaabewi-gichigami (Lake Superior). It serves as a reminder of our obligation to protect the fragile Great Lakes ecosystem — all life requires water, and water is life."
Sarah Nelson is an artist, social worker, and proud yooper, born and raised in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. She holds dual Masters degrees in Social Work and Public Health focused on tribal health education. Sarah draws inspiration for her creative work from her Finnish/Anishinaabe heritage, nature, and her favorite childhood video games. She is an enrolled member of the Sault Tribe of Chippewa and currently resides in Las Vegas, Nevada.
@heysarofficial | linktr.ee/heysarofficial
Be the first to get exclusive designs by joining our Club/BBTee at this link.