Sherry Lickers is one of the artists participating in Woodland Cultural Centre’s Virtual Face Mask Auction, Ga:hǫh ne’ hni’ ga:howe:kso/Covered and Uncovered. The auction is in response to the new realities created by the global coronavirus pandemic impacting so many Indigenous communities across the country, with 50% of proceeds shared with artists and 50% to support Woodland Cultural Centre programs, specifically School Visits & Educational Programming and Exhibitions.


Sherry Lickers is owner and sole proprietor of SHERRY BERRY DESIGNS. This unique business SHERRY BERRY DESIGNS is a sewing business, making ribbon skirts, shirts with pockets and making cloth masks. Sherry is also very skilled at making unique custom items for her clients. As the owner of this Business, she is hardworking, reliable, and focused on meeting customer’s needs. She is approachable and has lots of creativity. She has a strong passion for sewing and making products for people!


“I decided to include embroidery designs to the skirts and masks to make this business unique, one of a kind embroidery items. I became inspired to add cloth face masks with embroidery and native prints.”


Item #10


Valued at: $50.00 CAD

Materials: Cotton, Beads, Thread

Final Bid: $150.00 CAD

Click Here to Watch Our FaceBook Live and Place Your Bet On Sherry’s Incredible Mask Creation!

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