The Ed Archie Noisecat Collection
Love, trouble, and creativity have carried Ed Archie Noisecat around the world from his home reserve in Canim Lake, British Columbia to New York City and many magnificent places in between. His work is inspired by the stories that comprise his life—the people, tricksters, tragedies, and triumphs of the Indigenous experience. He works in many media, including wood, bronze, silver, gold, glass, print, and more. His work is intimate, intricate, and vivid, and he takes immense pride in his craft.
His pieces are in public and private collections, including the National Museum of the American Indian, in Washington, D.C. His portfolio of monumental works includes a portrait mask of Taoyateduta, or Chief Little Crow, in Minnehaha Park in Minneapolis, Minnesota.