Pauline Tise
Jewelry and Design
First Nations and Contemporary Jewellery
Pauline Tise (Lawson) is from the Heiltsuk First Nation; the traditional Heiltsuk territories are in the central coast of British Columbia around Bella Bella.
In 1999, Pauline began to learn engraving from her cousin, Sheldon Williams, who is also an artist, jeweller and wood carver. Discovering her passion for jewellery making, Pauline continued her studies at in the Jewellery, Art and Design program at VCC, where she studied under Maciek Walentowicz, Dariusz Bebel, and Susan Remnant.
In her jewelry, Pauline works mainly in silver and gold, and employs the techniques of engraving, repoussage, stone setting, enameling and smithing.
She has shown her work for the past several years at the Harrison Art Festival, and has taken part in the Fab Fair in Vancouver.  Pauline was the featured artist at the Ruby Creek Gallery's open house in December 2008.
In 2011, Pauline moved to Fairbanks Alaska, where she continues to make jewelry, inspired by the stunning beauty of her surroundings.


Upcoming Events

Monday Market, 
Fairbanks, AK
July 23, 2012

Past Events

Midnight Sun Festival
Fairbanks, AK

Harrison Festival of the Arts
Harrison Hotsprings, BC

Langley Outdoor Art Exhibition
Langley BC

Castles and Crafts
Harrison Hotsprings, BC

Fab Fair
Vancouver, BC

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