If you have been to the shop or follow us on social media, you have most likely seen the beautiful woodprints by Karen Olanna. We frequently sell and switch up the artwork that we have by Karen, so please email us with any questions or if you see something you like.
An Inupiaq poet whose work has been published in the Cirque and Yellow Medicine Review. She is an adjunct instructor for UAF Northwest Campus and has taught sewing, quilting, knitting and qiviut processing, and writing classes. Tozier lives in Nome, Alaska, with her husband and children.
"...a generational tapestry woven with the shared ebb and flow of land and sea and time. Loving hands, dyed sweet with raspberries and lingonberries, pass ancestral knowledge—of the hunt for seal and crab to pressing ironless, ruler-straight seams—from grandmother to mother, mother to daughter."