Brenda Lee Asp began her visual artist life as a child with her mother Elizabeth Nieman; her grandmothers Thelma Norby (nee Edzerza), and Agnes Nieman (nee Jack) and numerous aunts, creating various beadwork, small parkas, mini mukluks & slippers for her dolls with real life features such as fur trims and zippers.
These influential women inspired Brenda to learn the art of couture work with concepts of print design. This lead her down the path to graduate from the Blanche MacDonald Centre in Vancouver, and receive her Fashion Design Diploma in 2010. Brenda can still feel the spirits of these women in the moments when she’s creating.
Brenda Lee Asp captures her family values, with foundational traditional cultural teachings to bring life to her pieces, made from unique, organic fabrics that feel good on the skin. She designs and creates with pride and appreciation for her teachings; honoring her wellness and healing from trauma and spirituality; in doing so, she believes this pride and appreciation transfers to every final owner. Creating is her medicine and helps her to maintain wellness within. This is what she wants to share with the world.
What We Do
MIND. BODY. SPIRIT. GIFTS.
Custom Designed Accessories and Hand Crafted Jewelry with a Spiritual Indigenous flare!