In Ontario Canada you can visit APFTA and view Grandmother Gayle's art in person and support her charity projects.
Shamanic Porthole Siberian Teardrop Drum
Siberian Teardrop Shamanic Drum Artist: Grandmother Gayle Crosmaz Price: $3600 Canadian Completely custom made Acrylic on Raw Hide Size: 57 X 36 cm includes custom leather drum bag.
50%of the proceeds of my Siberian Drum at A Place For The Arts in Bancroft apfta.ca will go to Algonquin Wawatesi project. Wawatesi.com
Wàwàtesì — lighting a way forward Algonquin Cultural Discovery Project. Wàwàtesì means firefly in the Algonquin language. The bioluminescence of fireflies symbolizes the lighting of the trail—a way forward. Wàwàtesì also has cultural importance to the Algonquin People as indicators of the passage of time, renewal, healing and the cycles of life. The Wàwàtesì Cultural Discovery Project will include an ongoing series of physical & virtual experiences introducing Algonquin art, culture, language & heritage to those who live & work in traditional Algonquin lands, as well as those who visit for business & leisure. 🔥It has the under ocean world energy of Lemuria/Hawaii….. 🔥 The tree of life has a knot hole/crater to the under world of plains of Siberia …. 🔥 The outer world of the Sun Pyramid in the Valley of the Pyramids in Bosnia which is connected to ancient Atlantis. 🔥 All connected together by the Tree of Life and the Rainbow Bridge to our Ancestors shown in the northern lights. The drum carries the energies of the polar bear, the raven and the serpent on the inside of frame.
Reach For The Sun
Artist: Grandmother Gayle Crosmaz Price: $1000 Canadian Acrylic on Canvas Size: 41 X 51 cm
50% of the proceeds will be donated to the Turtle Guardians of Haliburton Ontario, Canada. Working with kids and communities to save the turtles.
Merge Into The Light
Merge Into The Light Series: Planting The Seeds of Hope Artist: Grandmother Gayle Crosmaz Price: $650 Canadian Acrylic on Canvas Size: 51 X 41 cm
100% of the proceeds from this series of paintings will be donated to the "Little Blue Cabins" project for the unhoused in the northern Ontario Bancroft area. Includes programs of rehabilitation, a gathering space as well as on sight facilities for cooking and clothes washing and bathing.