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Hand Puppet, Big Foot the Sasquatch

Hand Puppet, Big Foot the Sasquatch

Native Northwest

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Meet Big Foot the Sasquatch, the hand puppet brought to life by Dene & Northern Tutchone artist Justien Senoa Wood. With Native Northwest Puppets, you can add a touch of Indigenous art and culture to your playtime. These puppets are made with high-quality materials and feature vibrant, eye-catching designs that are perfect for sparking creativity and imagination in kids of all ages. Whether you're putting on a puppet show or engaging in imaginative play, these puppets will bring your stories to life. Easy to use with your hands and fingers, they are suitable for all skill levels and can be used solo or with others for endless hours of entertainment. With a variety of characters to choose from, you'll surely find one that speaks to you.

  • All new materials
  • 100% Polyester
  • Designed in Canada; Made in China
  • Product type: Hand Puppet
  • Shipping Dimensions: 12.0 × 11.5 × 6.75 inches  (30.5 × 29.2 × 17.1 cm)
  • Shipping Weight: 0.19 lb (3.0 oz; 84 g)
  • SKU010011806 | 629117038623 | PUP18

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About the Artist

Justien Senoa Wood

Justien is a multi talented Northern Tuchone / Dene Artist. She is a member of the Nacho Nyak Dun FIrst Nations and belongs to the Wolf Clan.. Justien’s creativity was obvious from a young age. Ever since she can remember she has enjoyed drawing and painting.

In 2007 Justien started carving. She spent two years as a student In the Sundog Carving Program. She has learned from teachers such as Calvin Morberg, Vernon Asp, Victor Reece, Lee-Ann Doral, Wayne Price and fellow students.

In summer of 2009 Justien returned home to the Yukon to join the Sundog Carving and Tlingit Carver Wayne Price in building a 30ft red cedar dugout canoe. Justien became a mother to a beautiful boy named Eli in 2011.

In 2012 Justien had her first solo art show at Northern Cultural Expressions Society. Justien Stays home with her son and works at building her artistic career by continuing to create new works, teaching workshops in school and communities, artist markets, festivals, and learning new medium.

Many different artist, family members, teachers, students, and her friends in the Sundog Carving Program have inspired Justien. One of her biggest inspirations was her teacher, mentor and friend the late Victor Reece.

“Victor believed in me and helped me gain confidence in my artwork. Victor played a big role in my artistic life and I’m very blessed to have known him”

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