Artist Spotlight: Naomi Peters

A headshot of Naomi Peters. Naomi has dark brown eyes and dark brown, shoulder-length hair, and is looking at the camera with a neutral expression.
A photo frame featuring a drawing of two hoop dancers: the one on the left is in colour, and is dancing with yellow, black, red, and white hoops, and the one on the right is in black and white.
Naomi Peters, Hoop Dancer — original and recreation of hoop dancer (no translation), 2020 (original), 2021 (recreation), archival ink pen and alcohol marker
Naomi’s mural of the hoop dancer, located on the construction site of the Gordie Howe International Bridge.
Naomi Peters’ piece for the Bridge Project; Courtesy of Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority
Nine drawings from Naomi’s Indigenous Animal Series, framed and hung against a dark red wall. Some of the animals included are a turtle, a polar bear, and a skunk.
Naomi Peters, Indigenous Animal Series, 2018–2021, archival ink pen and alcohol marker; Photography by Frank Piccolo, Windsor ON, GXZ Design Inc
To the left, eight of Naomi’s drawings from the Indigenous Animal Series are in view against a dark red wall. To the right of the drawings is a dark black wall that says “The Bridge Artists” in capitalized white font.
Naomi Peters, Indigenous Animal Series, 2018–2021, archival ink pen and alcohol marker; Photography by Frank Piccolo, Windsor ON, GXZ Design Inc

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