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       Hi!  My name is Randi, but officially I'm known as Norma, welcome to my website, I am an indigenous artist and homesteader from Maine. I grew up on the Passamaquoddy Pleasant Point reservation  and continue to live in the Passamaquoddy territory and ancestral lands in Washington county. I work on a homestead with my husband, hound dog, and chickens. We love gardening, outdoor activities, and trying to be self-sustainable, which is an infinitely inspiring life. 
          I am an oil and acrylic painter who graduated with a Bachelors degree of Interdisciplinary Fine Arts at the University of Maine at Machias. 
My art focuses on my heritage and lineage of the Passamaquoddy, Hidatsa, and Mandan tribal culture. I like to use painting as a learning tool and form of researching/documentation of tribal life.

    I also dabble into the abstract realm occasionally, playing outside of my main focus to mix things up for myself and keep painting fun. I like to combine my knowledge and experience of homesteading, cultural influences, self sustenance, and sustainability  to paint out the magical curiosities of life that must be reckoned with and put onto canvas.

  I've categorized my art for easier viewing in different pages.

I am open to commissions depending on my availability and subject, simply send the contact form to reach out.


Thanks for stopping by!

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