Nona’s native ancestry (Cree and Cherokee) give her inspiration and vision to create and become a part of her art.
Western, Native & Wildlife Art
Nona’s subjects are varied, due to the different locations she has lived and experienced, the people she has met and was inspired and passionate to create from these experiences. Her art portrays a variety of subjects including western, native and wildlife images. During her research she has kept in mind the preservation of Canada’s wildlife, our National Parks and the beautiful untouched back country.
Nona is a custom conservation framer with a certificate from the Frame Tutor School of Picture Framing in Edmonton. Conservation framing is a process that protects artwork from damage caused by visible light, heat or high humidity. Conservation framing employs the use of certain materials that when used along with specific framing techniques, will preserve the artwork as closely to its original condition as possible.