Angel Wynn grew up with totem poles, potlatchs and longhouses on Vancouver Island in Canada. As a youth, wearing a button blanket, Wynn danced with the butterfly clan. Although a non-Indian, her heart has always been inter-tribally connected to all cultural regions throughout North America. Wynn honors, respects and has had many laughs with her Native American friends around the campfires and kitchen tables. For well over 25 years, Wynn documented First Nation cultures and produced one of the most comprehensive image collections of it's kind. With well over 150,000 photographs, Wynn utilizes her "Native Stock Pictures" archive with encaustic wax to create one of a kind art.