Lisa Shepherd 's artwork is on display in many public places. Here you'll find information about where you can see Lisa's work on display in permanent collections or special installations, as well as where her work has been featured in film or other media. If you happen to come across Lisa Shepherd's work somewhere that isn't featured on this page, we'd love to hear about it!
You can find information about the exhibits where Lisa's artwork has been featured in over the last decade ON THIS WEB PAGE.
PUBLIC ART COLLECTIONS AND INSTALLATIONS:
Stanley A. Milner branch of the Edmonton Public Library (Edmonton, AB): Kitohcikan on display. This piece is from the artist's Forget-Me-Not, Métis Rose: The Far West collection, a collaboration with cousin Kristi Bridgeman.
Fort Langley National Historic Site (Fort Langley, BC): Métis Trade Routes of the Pacific Northwest (British Columbia) 1806-1886, multi-medium collaborative artwork on exhibit.
Luciano Benetton Collection (Venice, Italy): Birth of the Flower Beadwork People, custom designed beadwork piece on exhibit in the North American Native: Native Art Visual Visions Collection at Imago Mundi.
COMMISSIONED FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES AND FOR AUTHENTICITY IN FILM:
The National Music Centre (Calgary, AB) has a pair of Lisa's pointed toe moccasins that they use as a teaching tool. These special moccasins have hand-wrapped horse hair piping, old style ribbon rosettes, and beaver fur cuffs.
Two pairs of Lisa's custom designed moccasins are worn by actors in the Canadian film, "Angelique's Isle" (2018).
Custom beaded (and then distressed, for realism) moccasins and medicine bag were created for actress Michelle Thrush playing a medicine woman in Disney's television pilot, “Big Thunder” (2013).
OTHER MEDIA THAT HAS FEATURED LISA'S ARTWORK:
Because of her knowledge of Métis culture, her extraordinary artisanship, and her ability to relate to people of all ages, Lisa is a sought-after educator and performer of Métis artwork and culture. She and her work have been featured as follows:
2017 Scholastic, “Community Ties”, image in Take Action For Reconciliation, grades 3 to 6 Social Studies resource, 25,000 copies in English and French, for print and e-platform, in Canada.
2016 Métis Nation BC, “Sharing Community Health Information, Métis Public Surveillance Program,” images of Lisa’s garments are throughout guide.
2015 Parks Canada, Lisa authored “Teachings of the Mountain People,” Education Module.
2015 Government House, Office of the Lieutenant Governor, Flag Day: A Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the National Flag of Canada, Lisa was guest Métis dance performer.
2013 Pearson Education Canada, “Pearson Science 7 – Manitoba Edition” by Brockman, Doepker, McKay, Stephenson, Wallace, Wiebe., images of Lisa's garments are featured.
2011 Tiga Talk, Culture Corner, Lisa's Métis beadwork was guest featured on children’s drama series
2011 Tiga Talk, Lisa's Métis jigging was guest featured on children’s drama series 2011 Health Nutz, APTN, Lisa was choreographer for Métis jigging episode