Una-Ann is a Tahltan/Tlingit Artist, from northern British Columbia, born in Prince Rupert B.C.
She is the mother of three. Una-Ann has worked as a Cultural Presenter and an Aboriginal Support Worker in the Langley School District for the past twenty years. Una-Ann was a member of the Fort Langley Artist Group for seven years participating in shows and presentations. See more on Facebook.
Una-Ann has established herself as an artist and clothing designer. Incorporating her traditional designs with a contemporary flair she works in various mediums including acrylics, pen and ink, fabric, leather, metal and cedar. Una-Ann enjoys sharing her knowledge of aboriginal culture and West Coast art designs with students and teachers. Over the years Una-Ann has been involved with the traditional ways of the Sto:lo and Coast Salish people. She has learnt how to carve cedar, weave wool and cedar, as well as drum and sing traditional songs. For seven years she had participated in the “Pulling Together” and “Tribal Canoe Journeys”. Una-Ann presently lives in Langley. Her artwork and clothing can be seen at Pow Wow’s, art & craft shows, conferences, and Aboriginal art exhibitions.