The Wild Nellies are pleased to welcome Marissa Sweet, an elected member of the Society of Canadian Artists and Ontario Society of Artists who integrates the principles of Feng Shui into her artwork. Her practice in this ancient form of metaphysics has inspired her to create landscapes that brings awareness to our interconnectivity to nature.
Mary Kelly is an Ojibway poet and writer, devoted to sharing her experiences as a residential school survivor. Enquiries about her work can be made through the contact form at thewildnellies.com
The Wild Nellies are pleased to be joined by painter, illustrator and advocate Sarah Fligel. Visit to learn more about Sarah and her work.
Dear womxn creatives, whatever you’re doing—actively creating, reflecting, or resting in stillness—we're your people. If you're passionate about your art--or want to be--please join us for an inspiring conversation about creativity. Hang out with us online at The Wild Nellies Meet-up for Womxn Creatives and enjoy inspiring insights from our creativity panel featuring: - Sacha Visagie, … Continue reading The Wild Nellies Online Meet-up for Womxn Creatives
Canadian Country Artist, Sacha is a pioneer, fearlessly working toward equal representation for young women of all creeds and colour to be deservedly embraced and included in the country music landscape of Canada. In 2018, Sacha hit national airways and kept the “Good Times Going” with her independently charting single. Her follow up EP, produced … Continue reading Sacha Visagie
Helen Leach-Edwards is best known for her colourful and imaginary paintings designed to convey the resilience and strength of women. As she explains, “they are inspirational depictions of the evolution of oneself and the beauty associated with this.” Helen holds an Honours B.A. Fine Arts (Studio) from the University of Waterloo in Canada. She was … Continue reading Helen Leach-Edwards
Premika Leo is a dancer, circus aerialist and actor. You may have seen her in several television series such as Kim’s Convenience and DC’s Titans. She has also starred as one of the leads in the digital series Couple-ish. Premika is currently running her dance company, Geetika Dance Co., which is one of the oldest … Continue reading Premika Leo
FJ Doucet was born in Niagara Falls, Ontario, and has since lived in Europe, the Middle East, and in far northern Canada. Recently appointed to the leadership of the Brooklin Poetry Society in Whitby, her poetry was nominated for a Pushcart Prize in 2019. Her work has most recently appeared in Feels Zine, Prometheus Unbound anthology collection, Martin Lake … Continue reading FJ Doucet
Gwen Tuinman is a novelist whose storytelling, set in yesteryear, explores human tenacity and people navigating the social restrictions of their era. She is the author of the recently released novel, The Last Hoffman with readers in North and South America and Europe. Her published memoir essays—We Are Enough: A Story of Self-Doubt and Portrait … Continue reading Gwen Tuinman
Cheryl Rock completed her BFA at University of Windsor. Passionate about the power of diverse stories, she has a focus on reconnecting to oral tradition through her imagery. Her current work is with hand-cut, archival paper and mixed media. Central to her artistic practice, Cheryl is inspired by the desire to create dialogue with a … Continue reading Cheryl Rock