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Daphne Boyer uses digital beadwork to tell stories about her Métis heritage
Daphne Boyer is an artist and plant scientist of Red River Métis descent. Her work is based on traditional beadwork except instead of beads she uses plant materials, like berries and seeds, and instead of embroidering, she arranges and photographs them. Boyer currently has an exhibit at the Fort Calgary museum in Calgary. Later this year, she’ll be showing her work in Montreal and Saskatoon. She joined Tom Power to tell us how her beadwork celebrates her Indigenous heritage and honours plants as the basis of life on earth.