Janice Morin Stiglitz, is the daughter of the Salish and Cree First Nations parents, originating from Merrit, British Columbia, Canada. She moved to Vancouver when she was young and apprentice with master carver Oppie Oppenheim for a few years. Later, her work was influenced by her husband Randy Stiglitz, himself a very well known artist and master carver from the Coast Salish First Nation, originating from the Capilano Reservation in North Vancouver.
Together with her husband, Janice is creating, carving and painting incredible pieces of Art. They also studied with other Kwakwaka'wakw artists in Victoria including the Hunt family studio. Randy continues to carve in the Kwakwaka'wakw style.
Tsonoqua, Wild Woman, by Janice Morin
Tsonoqua, Wild Woman Mask, Janice Morin
Raven and Sun Portrait Mask, Janice Morin
Raven and Sun Portrait Mask by Janice Morin, Coast Salish/Cree First Nation
Komakwa Chief of the Sea Mask by Randy Stiglitz and Janice Morin
Kamokwa Mask, Chief of the Sea, by Randy Stiglitz and Janice Morin-Stiglitz, Cree/Coast Salish First Nation