Virtual Spring Craft Fair Vendor, Cody Houle

Welcome to Woodland Cultural Centre’s First Virtual Spring Craft Fair!

Woodland Cultural Centre, Six Nations Tourism, Hamilton Halton Brant Regional Tourism Association, Her Majesty’s Royal Chapel of the Mohawks, and Six Nations Arts & Crafts are hosting, selling, and promoting Indigenous crafts, art, and products during the Virtual Craft Fair.

Be sure to check out our Facebook Event Page to follow along this exciting Craft Fair!


Meet Artisan Cody Houle, Owner Behind the Brand of Stalking Heron Art

Cody Houle / Stalking Heron Art is an Anishinaabe artist from Southwestern Ontario, Canada. A self-taught painter, Houle didn’t realize he enjoyed this particular art form until he had already created multiple pieces at the age of 31. Though drawn to abstract visuals it is the woodland paintings that resonate most for Houle and his sense of his culture. Growing up, Houle felt shame and guilt surrounding his Native identity; now, his art allows him to show pride and strength in being an Indigenous man. Houle believes it is important to share art to inspire hope and encourage anyone to create.







Stalking Heron Art – Items for Purchase



Great Blue Heron print of original art

Cost $35.00










Peaceful Reflection

Print of original acrylic painting

Cost: $35.00










Northern Lights Over Mountains

Print of original acrylic painting

Cost: $35.00









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