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This year's (2024's and last year's) summer camp and volunteer t-shirts feature stunning artwork on the back (see below).

When we first saw this design by Savannah, we saw it as depicting our local King and Queen Mountains rising majestically within the Paw symbol. The pathway that this farm lies upon, between these two hills, was traveled for generations by the Indigenous Nooksack people. It led them to the rich and nourishing waters of the Salish Sea, from the foothills to the water's edge, just beyond this peaceful farm we call home.

It served as a vital route for sustenance and trade for generations, and we're incredibly grateful to continue this connection to the earth on this sacred land. A special thanks to Savannah for creating this beautiful artwork for everyone to enjoy.

Savannah LeCornu

Savannah LeCornu is a self taught artist from Ketchikan Alaska. She is Tsimshian, Haida, and Nimiipuu (Nez Perce). Savannah primarily draws and paints in digital and traditional formats but she also beads. She works in formline and plateau art styles and strives to create modern, accessible art that celebrates indigenous peoples. 

 

Savannah received her B.A in performing arts from Western Washington University, her concentrations were in lighting design and playwriting.

 

Savannah was the recipient of the Native American Fellowship from Ucross where she completed a residency in Spring of 2022. She was the recipient of the Harpo Foundation Fellowship for Native American Artists from the Vermont Studio Center where she completed a residency in Fall of 2023.

 

Her first solo exhibit “ah yes, that old indian saying” was displayed at Seattle Repertory Theatre in Seattle WA in April and May of 2023. She was a part of the group exhibit “arnaq, hana’ask, smɁem'' at Columbia City Gallery in Seattle WA in May 2023. She is currently part of the group exhibit “Celebrating Complexities'' which is on display from February to May at Ucross Art Gallery in Clearmont, Wyoming. It will then move to the Yellowstone Art Museum in Billings Montana from June to October 2024.


You can find more of Savannah’s work by at www.etsy.com/shop/savannahpantsart or by following her instagram (@savannahpants).

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