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  Kwey, tan kahk? Ntoliwis nil Norma Randi.  

Hello, how are you?

My name is Norma Randi, welcome to my website!


On this website, you will find projects that I am currently working on, events I am participating in, past works, and items for sale.

 About Me:  Norma Randi is a Wabanaki artist and homesteader from Maine. She is a member of the Passamaquoddy Tribe and was raised in her Passamaquoddy mother’s ancestral lands at Sipayik, Maine. She has roots from her father’s clan of the Hidatsa and Mandan people of North Dakota.

Norma is a painter and digital art creator; she uses acrylic, oils, watercolors and an iPad as her mediums.

Norma draws inspiration from her ancestral heritage and life lived with her husband. She has love for the various landscapes and palettes of Maine skies, earth, and waters; experiencing the beautiful Maine environment that her maternal ancestors called home and traversed for 12000 plus years. The focus on her heritage is also a teaching tool for herself to be aware of the history of her ancestors, how their lives were lived prior to colonization and after, their culture, their environments and ecology, and the people within the communities who continue carrying on traditions despite the initial setback of assimilation. It is a form of self healing and expression.

Thanks for stopping by!

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