Jamie Nole is from the Tahltan Nation and Nisga’a Nation under the Frog clan. She currently resides in Terrace, BC of Canada. She is multi-talented artist with a natural creativity that helped her learn First Nations Fine Arts, Cedar Bark Weaving, and a variety of other artistic techniques.
When Jamie was 7 years old, she began to learn Northwest Coast art with her art teacher Huey Carlick. At this age, Jamie also learned how to sew a button blanket and made her first crest design. While Jamie was in high school she learned the strict rules of First Nations Fine Arts through Todd Stephens.
In 2015, Jamie started to attend the Freda Diesing school of Northwest Coast Art, which is instructed and mentored by world renowned artist Dempsey Bob, Stan Bevan, Ken McNeil, and Dean Heron.
Jamie’s goal is do what she always wanted to do as a child – to be an artist.
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