Summer-Harmony Twenish (she/they) is a queer Algonquin Anishinabe artist from Kitigan Zibi, QC. Though Summer works primarily as a digital illustrator, their interests span mediums, ranging everywhere from digital animation to painting to beadwork and other textile work. 
Summer's praxis is rooted in love for their homeland, family stories, and fierce anti-colonial feminist thought. Their work holds space for conversations about mental health, body positivity, queerness, and the importance of challenging settler-colonial expectations in so-called "Canada". 
When not hunkered in front of a computer screen with a drawing tablet, Summer enjoys leading arts-based workshops with youth, going for long walks with her dog Beans, and daydreaming about a future filled with hope, community, and an end to white cis-heteropatriarchy (on Algonquin homelands and globally) <3

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