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Native Made:

  • Antique and contemporary Southwest Indian art, specializing in Pueblo pottery.
  • Sales of handmade Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian art supporting a nonprofit Native heritage foundation.
  • Traditional crafts by Northwest California Indians and other native artists. Proceeds go to a non-profit cultural center.
  • Contemporary dolls for sale from by Choctaw sculptor Marion Springer.
  • Native American and Saami tribal art.
  • Dealer of pre-Columbian and antique American Indian art.
  • Shoshone-owned crafts store offers beadwork, pipes, and traditional Native American art from the Wind River reservation.
  • Offering Navajo rugs, Pueblo pottery, and other American Indian art.
  • Arizona-based retailer of baskets, jewelry, pottery, and Navajo weavings.
  • Navajo-owned company offers contemporary and traditional basketry, pottery, and Southwest Indian artwork.
  • Offering paintings, sculptures, arts and crafts by various First Nations and Inuit artists.
  • Zuni fetish carvings listed by artist and subject.
  • Birch bark creations, jewelry, art, and native-harvested wild rice from an Ojibwe-owned business.
  • Native American and southwestern arts and crafts including masks, jewelry, and flutes.
  • Arizona shopping center for Southwest Native American jewelry, arts and crafts.
  • Offers West Coast native art including sculptures, ceramics, totem poles, talking sticks, and ceremonial masks.
  • Southwestern American Indian art including pottery, baskets, textiles, and kachinas.
  • Navajo and Pueblo arts and crafts, and paintings of the Southwest.
  • Ojibway-made dreamcatchers, jewelry and accessories.
  • Native American and Southwestern jewelry, arts and crafts.
  • Native American and Southwestern crafts including jewelry, rugs and retablos.
  • Navajo, Hopi, and other Southwest Indian art.
  • Wholesale carrier of Native American arts, crafts, and traditional items. Sells only to retailers.
  • Specializing in Northwest Coast arts, including carvings, pottery, and contemporary paintings.
  • Handmade Native American jewelry by the Dial family. Specializing in sterling silver Wampum jewelry.
  • American Indian and Western arts and crafts.
  • Offering antique American Indian pottery, baskets, carvings, and folk art.
  • Featuring Pueblo and Navajo art.
  • An Apache artist offers dream catchers, medicine wheels and shields.
  • Beaded jewelry and clothing by a St Regis Mohawk artist at Akwesasne, NY/Canada. Also carries other First Nations crafts.
  • Offering a selection of Arapaho Indian beadwork and Western memorabilia.
  • Pueblo and Navajo pottery, jewelry, and folk art.
  • Native arts and crafts.
  • Large selection of Navajo Indian arts and crafts.
  • Featuring Native American made lances, knives, mandalas, ceremonial and other original items.
  • A gallery specializing in Inuit and Native American art. Also articles and free online eCards featuring Inuit and Northwest Native art.
  • Jewelry and crafts by Navajo, Zuni, and Hopi artists.
  • Offering masks, totem poles, furniture, and jewelry by a First Nations artist.
  •  Native American and Inuit arts and crafts, specializing in art of the native Southwestern peoples. With a mailing list for serious fetish collectors.
  • Featuring Native American arts and crafts from Navajo, Hopi and Zuni artists.
  • Featuring Inuit, Alaskan and Native American art and jewelry.
  • Offers Native American artwork with an emphasis on Southwestern pottery and jewelry.
  • Featuring arts and crafts by local southwest Native American artists.
  • American Indian rugs, jewelry and beadwork.
  • Wholesale distributer of hand carved sculptures. Sells to galleries, museums, and stores only.
  • Offering jewelry, pottery, beadwork and crafts by Indian and non-native artists.
  • Offering hand-carved Hopi Katchina dolls.
  • Navajo Kachina dolls, signed and numbered for authenticity.
  • Specialty woodcrafts carved by British Columbia native artists. Products include boxes, chests, humidors, and wall plaques.
  • Precolumbian and ancient Indian artifacts.
  • Soapstone carvings, instruments, jewelry, and other crafts from Chumash artist Michael Phillips.
  • Custom fabricated hand engraved plains Lakota indian jewelry. Rodeo buckles and various awards.
  • Offering contemporary fine arts and crafts by Blackfeet and other Northern Plains Indian artists.
  • Features katsinas and paintings by contemporary Hopi artist Gerry Quotskuyva.
  • Crafts store specializing in Inuit and American Indian styles of sculpture and jewelry. Also carries Vermont furniture.
  • Original handmade arts and crafts made by Native American artists and artisans of the Lakota Nation.
  • Crafts store on the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory offers First Nations-made moccasins, jewellery, paintings, prints and leather fashions.
  • Contemporary and antique Indian jewelry, pottery, and artwork.
  • Offering Hopi arts and crafts including pottery, kachinas, baskets, and jewelry.
  • Moccasins, clothing, jewelry, and dreamcatchers made by native Micmac craftsmen.
  • Offering antiques from more than fifty North American tribes.
  • Southwest Indian jewelry, baskets, and art, featuring pottery by Ute artist Norman Lansing.
  • Offering handmade Mohawk and other Iroquois arts and crafts including jewellery, peacepipes, dolls, and dream-catchers.
  • Contemporary Southwest Indian pottery, jewelry and folk art.
  • Silver jewelry, regalia, crafts and craft supplies from twenty Indian tribes.
  • Selling jewelry, art, music and artifacts.
  • American Indian crafts and Dakota language books and tapes from a non-profit Yankton Sioux women's center.
  • Lakota-owned business offering American Indian products and music.
  • Traditional and contemporary beadwork and quilts by Oregon native artists.
  • Navajo-owned store offers rugs, jewelry and crafts from Southwest Indian artists.
  • Original sculptures, leather work, and music from Mohawk artist Thomas B. Maracle.
  • Non-profit organization selling seeds of crops traditionally grown in the American Southwest and Mexico, as well as crafts, gift baskets, and notecards.
  • Odawa jewelry, dream catchers, and art.
  • Selling jewelry and carvings by Navajo artists. Links to related topics.
  • Non-profit Native American organization selling jewelry, pottery, rugs, quilts and clothing by Southwest Indian artists.
  • Offering Navajo arts and crafts, pottery, kachinas, dream catchers and rugs.
  • Navajo-owned store supplying native arts and crafts including pottery, jewelry and beadwork.
  • Native American arts and crafts including kachinas, pottery and jewelry.
  • Northern plains beadwork, jewelry, and leather bags by Blackfeet tribal members.
  • Rugs, pottery, and figurines by New Mexican Indian artists.
  • Inuit and northern First Nations carvings from a Canadian art gallery.
  • Klamath-owned store carrying native clothing, jewelry, and accessories.
  • Contemporary American Indian crafts and supplies, with a focus on California natives.
  • Feathers, pipes, and souvenirs by a Choctaw Indian artist.
  • Offers chokers, breastplates, pouches and art objects by an Ermineskin Cree artist. Custom orders also welcomed.
  • Indian and Southwestern jewelry, artworks and antiques.
  • Zuni, Hopi, and Navajo jewelry and rugs. Also carries dead pawn.
  • Plains Indian art, crafts, and jewelry.
  • Zuni fetishes by the Quandelacys, Gibbs Othole and others. Pottery by Randy Nahohai, Rowena Him, and Peynetsa.
  • Dealing in collectibles, antiques and crafts.
  • Offering contemporary Native American art, jewellery, and designer clothing. Includes artist biographies.
  • Indian jewelry, baskets, and pottery including antique pieces.
  • Native arts and crafts, artifacts, and souvenirs.
  • Offering a selection of Blackfoot beadwork, Pueblo pottery and figurines, and Zuni fetishes.
  • A Native owned business offering handmade crafts from various artists.
  • Buys and sells Indian arrowheads and other artifacts.
  • Paintings, jewelry, woodburnings and crafts by an Oglala Lakota artist.
  • An assortment of Native American collectibles and art from New Mexico.
  • Hand-carved Katsina dolls from a traditional Hopi artist.
  • Native-owned company offering arts and crafts from a variety of First Nations artists.
  • Appraisal and sale of American Indian antiques and California paintings.
  • A collection of Zuni fetishes, Pueblo pottery, Southwest Indian jewelry, and kachinas.
  • Showcasing handmade arts and crafts by Indian artisans from various tribes.
  • Specializing in Native American jewelry, pottery and figurines.
  • Offers Spirit staffs, wands, drums and rattles with other handcrafted items available.
  • Jewelry, fetishes and art by Zuni and Navajo artists.
  • Rawhide lamp shades, baskets, Indian drums, pottery and wooden bowls made by the Tarahumara Indians of Mexico.
  • Offers Native Canadian crafts and artwork.
  • Southwest Indian jewelry, fetishes, pottery, and folk art.
  • Lakota food wasna, arts and crafts created by Spukasniwin and Lakota women.
  • Southwest American Indian art and crafts.
  • Offering jewelry, pottery, sculpture and crafts by Southwest Indian artists.
  • Offers California Indian basketry and other Native arts.
  • Inuit sculpture and African and Oceanic tribal arts.
  • Dealers in Native American jewelry and pottery.
  • Chicago-based gallery of contemporary native paintings, sculpture, pottery and weavings.
  • Handcrafted Native American flutes, drums, music and other native items. Calendar listing road shows for this gallery.
  • Native American Art including rugs, baskets and jewelry.
  • Offers Native American books, crafts, music, and arts.
  • Contemporary jewelry by a Hopi-Laguna artist. Also sells decorative note cards.
  • Diamond willow canes by a Native American carver.
  • Native American videos for educational and home use.
  • Offers wampum belts, strings and gifts by a Cayuga artist. Also carries Iroquois headdresses and canes.
  • Handcrafted American Indian jewelry, crafts, art and apparel.
  • A collection of bows, quivers, arrows, spears and kachinas.
  • Hand-made flutes, jewelry, and gifts by Indian and Hawaiian artists.
  • Authentic native art and crafts from throughout Canada featuring dream catchers, leather moccasins, porcupine quill and birch bark baskets.
  • Navajo-owned gallery offers jewelry, pottery, and artwork by Southwestern Indian artists.
  • Offering Hopi katsina dolls, Pueblo pottery, and Southwestern jewelry and crafts.
  • Offers carvings by a number of Native artists.
  • Fetishes from several major carvers.
  • Offering traditional Zuni fetish animal carvings by Native American Zuni artists of New Mexico.
  • Native Inspired:

    • Sioux-inspired beadwork made by an ethnologist. Part of the proceeds donated to Lakota causes.
    • Southwestern Native American art, gifts, collectible jewelry and home decor.
    • Jewelry and gifts inspired by the Native American tribes of the south west.
    • Offering southwestern style jewelry, pottery, baskets, rugs, and western badges.
    • Carrying arts and crafts by native and non-native artists.
    • Prints by Indian and Western artists. Also carries Navajo sandpaintings and Zuni fetishes.
    • Featuring handcrafted Native American flutes, ceremonial spears, Kachina dolls, pottery, and gift items.
    • Selling Native American-style jewelry and crafts.
    • Navajo-style silver and turquoise jewelry, original art, and prints.
    • Offering Indian and Southwestern pottery and arts.
    • Offering dreamcatchers and leather crafts.
    • Selling Indian-style crafts, clothing, and dreamcatchers.
    • Selling Native American-style jewelry and crafts.
    • Offers a variety of native art, workshops, and gallery.
    • Offering dolls, beaded items, and Seminole-style jackets.
    • Selling Native American-style collectibles.
    • This fun site features whimsical southwestern art, crafts and clothing.
    • Primitive Native American replicas and flintknapping.
    • Features jewelry, rattles, and pouches inspired by Indian designs.
    • Offers an affordable alternative to authentic Indian crafts.
    • Offers painted gourds and antique roof slates.
    • Crafts on American Indian, political, environmental, and feminist themes.
    • Non-traditional dreamcatchers inspired by the artist's Blackfoot ancestry.
    • Offering leather and beadwork patterned on Native American styles.
    • Music, books, and Indian-style crafts made by native and non-native artists.
    • Handcrafted jewelry, lampwork beads, beadwork and dreamcatchers and custom beading patterns.
    • Offers a selection of dreamcatchers, jewelry, and crochetwork by various crafters.
    • Patterned after American Indian dreamcatchers.
    • Offering Native American and southwest style jewelry, home furnishings, and paintings.
    • Native American-themed bumper stickers, decals, and crafts.
    • Offering power crystals, crafts, and greeting cards inspired by Native American and Earth-keeping philosophies.
    • Pagan dreamcatchers in pentacle style.
    • Northwest Coastal-style art, artifacts, and pieces of petrified wood.
    • Southwestern and other Fine Art including open and limited edition prints, originals, sculpture, pottery, artifacts and collectibles
    • Indian style merchandise made by a British craftswoman.
    • Offering Wiccan and Native American-themed crafts and gifts.
    • Celtic and tribal style arts and crafts.
    • Soap, gifts, and replicas of Indian crafts.
    • Decorated containers influenced by Southwest Indian craft.
    • Offering rugs, saddleblankets, and recreations of Indian artifacts.
    • Crafts and medicine inspired by the artist's native great-grandmother.
    • Crafts inspired by the artist's Cree ancestry.
    • Jewelry, dreamcatchers, and wine charms inspired by the artist's Indian ancestry.
    • Manufacturer of Indian-style leather bags and supplier of shed elk, deer, and moose antlers.
    • Replicas of First Nations art and artifacts by two craftspeople of Ojibwa descent.
    • Featuring beadwork, dreamcatchers, and crafts by native and non-native artists.
    • Offers reproductions of Plains Indian artwork.
    • Replicas of native-style quillwork and crafts from a pair of historical reenactors.
    • Gourds painted with designs from ancient Indian petroglyphs and Hopi folklore.
    • Indian-style jewelry and crafts.
    • Traditional round and 3-D spiraling dream catchers.
    • Jewelry, crafts, and artifact replicas inspired by the artist's Lakota great-great-grandmother.
    • BDSM equipment with faux Native American themes.
    • Sioux-inspired art and artifact replicas.
    • Replicas of native Canadian art.
    • Offering jewelry, barrettes, buckles and belts, and artifacts.
    • Jewelry, keychains, and native-themed crafts.
    • American Indian-style crafts and reproductions.
    • Indian-style clothing, jewelry, and crafts.
    • Features handcrafted dream catchers, medicine wheels, talking feathers, and dance sticks.
    • Reproductions of Ojibwa artifacts.
    • Western and Native gifts. Dreamcatchers, figurines and pottery.
    • Featuring Pendleton blankets and tobacco.
    • Dreamcatchers and gifts inspired by American Indian art.
    • Offers fetishes, dolls, and carvings inspired by Native art.
    • Beadwork and apparel in a variety of native styles.
    • Indian-inspired New Age accessories.
    • Offers derby-sized model kits for an American Indian game piece.
    • Crafts inspired by the artist's Cherokee ancestry.
    • Southwestern Native American themed art, crafts and jewelry inspired by the tribes of the Southwest.
    • Weapons and tools made in the traditions of the Native Americans by a Canadian artisan.
    • Reproductions of Native American artifacts.
    • Reproductions of Native American artifacts.
    • Selling fairy wands and crafts patterned after American Indian art.
    • Features crafts inspired by the artist's Native American ancestry.
    • Jewelry, carvings, and gifts based on Alaskan Indian designs.
    • Offering Indian-style drums and rattles.
    • Southwestern and Indian-style jewelry and crafts.
    • Dealers of Indian and Indian-themed jewelry and art.
    • Repairs and trades in Native American-style jewelry and crafts.
    • Manufacturers of canvas tipis (teepees) primarily in the Sioux style. Also leather goods including moccasins.
    • Indian-style beadwork, jewelry and gifts.
    • Crafts by an artist of partial Sioux descent.
    • Offering replica Indian jewelry and regalia.
    • British store carrying American Indian-style jewellery and crafts.
    • Native American crafts and supplies, Minnetonka moccasins, pottery and jewelry.
    • Carrying Indian-style jewelry and gifts.
    • Offering western art and Indian-style jewelry.
    • Hand crafted jewelry, pottery, and crafts from Native American and Southwestern artists.
    • Offering Indian-inspired dream catchers and dolls. Portion of proceeds donated to a Native American school.
    • Indian-style fetishes and jewelry made by a southwestern family.

    Native Artist Galleries:

    • Alaska Native weaver Teri Rofkar features her Tlingit spruce root basketry, and Raven's tail wool weavings. Museum quality baskets, and robes, as well as exhibits and show information are listed.
    • Peggy O'Neal's native American art, paintings, murals, dioramas and prints.
    • Wood carvings in the style of the Pacific northwest native peoples by artist and carving instructor Robert Barratt.
    • Image gallery of paintings, drawings, prints, and beadwork. Upcoming shows and markets, artist's statement and vita, related links.
    • Paintings of Prairie Band Potawatomi artist F. Mitch Battese seeking to portray an underlying spiritual quality.
    • Traditional Native American art by Choctaw artist, Argus Dowdy
    • San Miguel de Allende artist.
    • A gallery of fine art by Northwest Coast Salish artist Andrea Wilbur-Sigo, including bentwood boxes, masks and prints. A history of the artist and Squaxin Island and Skokomish Tribes.
    • Mary Lou BigCanoe's bone and antler carvings.
    • Site contains pictures and information concerning Native American sculpture of Arnold Aragon, Crow/Laguna Sculptor.
    • Tarasco native artist in Abiquiu, New Mexico. Mixed media sculptures including altars, angels, santos, retablos. Gallery, exhibit information.
    • This site holds the wonderful work of Metis Artist, Old Bear Grinning. Traditionaly hand carved in wood, Old Bear uses this medium to express his interpretation of the Spirits and Lore of Aboriginal Peoples.
    • Acrylic paintings of Native American subjects done in a contemporary style.
    • Oil paintings from this mixed-blood Yuchi artist.
    • BC Tsimshian native artist Bill Helin designs gold and palladium jewelry such as wedding bands,love rings and pendants. Bills designs include Columbia Space Shuttle Crew Patch worn by the astronauts of the Columbia Mission,and Gold pendants for NASA.
    • Ojibway Art by Mary Anne Caibaiosai. Native American Art. Aboriginal Art gallery. Portraits, drawings, paintings, watercolors, of elders and historical figures. Indigenous peoples links.
    • Cherokee artist creating with mixed media: acrylic, charcoal, pen and ink, and pencil.
    • Native pottery and biographical information regarding the art of Marvin Blackmore.
    • Information about handmade Native American jewelry from the Southwest, including Navajo, Hopi, and Zuni.
    • Native American artist. Colourful traditional icons and mixed media paintings.
    • Lakota artist Kevin Pourier's jewelry and cultural items made from buffalo horn.
    • Bunky Echo-Hawk's art, depicting the current state of Native America.
    • Short stories, prose, pics, absurdity from a Native point of view, Ojibberish.
    • Tlingit Indian, Alaskan Native artist and weaver Clarissa Hudson creates button blankets, Chilkat blankets, teaches weaving and art, is also a painter and works in collage, fabric, beads, and woodcarving.
    • Joy Stickney-Markgraf, artist, writer, illustrator and photographer.
    • Paintings by American Indian artist, information about the artist.
    • Gallery of fine pottery by Cherokee artist Ken Masters.
    • Artist of The Salt People Clan, Navajo Nation
    • Works in clay by Native Artist Joyce Sisneros. Female, Grandfather, Grandmother, and animal storytellers.
    • Homepage for Gordon Tonips, a Comanche and Kiowa indian artist and sculptor. He specializes in sandstone rock sculptures modeled after ancient Anasazi rock dwellings.
    • Ojibwa artist from Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. Images of abstract pieces, and exhibition information.
    • Original works of Art and limited edition prints.
    • Yellowknife Metis artist's gallery of original paintings, art cards, silk scarves, and stained glass.
    • Watercolor and acrylic paintings, most also available as prints. Oglala Lakota artists Arthur Short Bull and Kate Wootton.
    • Ojibwa artist LauraLee K. Harris presents a unique work of acrylic paintings on wood, along with poetry.
    • Canadian Native artist; three dimensional imagery, explosive colours and flowing contours.
    • Original West Coast style Native American carvings, totem poles, three dimensional masks and panels, and custom carved furniture. All unique and carved by Don McLeay.
    • Woodlands and oriental style paintings and other artwork by Ojibway artist.
    • Artwork by Daniel Tom. Stone carvings, jewelry, wall panel designs, tomahawk sculptures and paintings or prints.
    • Paintings by Earl Biss, of Indians leaving the land crossing to the spiritual side.
    • For and about Eric Schweig, actor and artist, focusing primarily on his Inuit mask carvings.
    • Ojibway Ahnishnahbeh painter and sculptor.
    • Inuit crafts of the talented actor and artisan, Eric Schweig ... "Uncas" in "The Last of the Mohicans." Features Schweig's Inuit Spirit Masks and links to Mohican Press
    • Navajo medicine man and sandpainter. Background, biographical information, some artworks.
    • Burnt art on gourds using traditional embellishments and colors.
    • Drawings and paintings from Navajo artist Greg Cohoe
    • Native geometric paintings and stylized stone sculpture.
    • Cherokee Indian family of artists working in mixed media. Galleries of upscale fine arts, gifts, dolls. Artists' bios, studio news, art festivals and show information, links.
    • Haida artist specializes in First Nation web design and development in all mediums including front and back end e-commerce. Want to share my culture with the world.
    • Ho-Chunk Nation American Indian artist working in sculpture, painting, and carving.
    • Aboriginal (Dine/Seminole/Muscogee) photographer and artist for 30 years, creates political and community artwork specifically for an indigenous audience.
    • Native American contemporary installation and performance artist. Lusieno Indian, La Jolla Reservation, San Diego, California.
    • Spirit Wheels symbolize love, peace and prosperity. Symbolic meanings vary according to the medicines contained within.
    • Oklahoma artist specializing in Native American art, as well as nature and wildlife.
    • Jewelry, Sculpture, Paintings, and Traditional Indian Arts.
    • Historical Native American Indian paintings, focus on culture and history.
    • American Indian Artist trying to make the visual world a little more pleasing to the eye. Graphic design, Original art work, Indian legend, logos and web design.
    • Metis Artist whose carvings reflect the mixture of Acadian and Mi'kmaq cultures that are part of his heritage.
    • Kirk Brant is a Native American (Mohawk) artist using mixed media elements such as paper, crushed stones, porcupine quills and acrylic paints.
    • Native American paintings and Southwest ceramic art by artist Rob Plutt.
    • Authentic Native American wood works and gourds, by Lisa Chavez-Thomas of the Pueblo of Isleta.
    • Little Trees Creations offers quality Native American drums, drum kits, wreaths, and art. All products are handmade by Linda "Little Tree" Silvas.
    • New Style of Native Arts & Crafts
    • The art and music of Blue Spruce Standing Deer of Taos Pueblo in Northern New Mexico.
    • Metal art by George Gann, sculpture and fabricated design.
    • Presentation of woodland style paintings by American Metis artist Ayla Bouvette.
    • The collected works of Metis artist Christi Belcourt and the written words of Odawa elder Wilfred Peltier. Both artists live in Ottawa, Ontario.
    • Award-winning Cherokee jeweler working in silver and turquoise. Some information about the artist.
    • Of the Prairie Band Potawatomi Tribe in Kansas. His work in oils and watercolor relates wildlife, native culture and spirituality.
    • Native American creator of art prints and crafts.
    • From Winnepeg, Manitoba, Canada. Stone sculptures mounted on driftwood. Photos.
    • Paintings of Indian children and young women, from the Flathead Indian reservation in west central Montana.
    • Cheyenne artist specializing in witness description drawing, skull recontruction, photo retouching, skull tracing and age progression.
    • Traditional art from Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico. Featuring the Weahkee family of fetish carvers; owned by Eleanor Lefthand.
    • Using earth, fire, water and air, Ed Gray has interwoven his native culture to create images from his past. His work portrays ceremonial use by honoring the traditions they represent.
    • Renowned for his exquisite pottery. Exquisite style and craftsmanship. An elite class of authentic Navajo Pottery.
    • Handcrafted arrow heads, spear points, and knives made from stone by a Florida Muskogee (Creek) artist.
    • The official site of Bill and Traci Rabbit, Rabbit Studios, beautiful indian art, gilee's, gift items, limited editions and signed prints, framed reflections
    • Indian art,horse paintings and pet portraits,mixed media from a premier artist.
    • Regalia, personal creations, healing flutes, and jewelry by Mohawk native Bradd (Thaweno':ken) Powless.
    • Ceremonial, peyote and pow-wow fans of macaw, pheasant, and parrot feathers; snakewood peyote gourd rattles by Navajo Artist.
    • Ojibway stone carver.
    • Paintings of the Luiseno people, landscapes, figures, and florals.
    • Jewelry, carvings, and other art by Richard Krentz, a Coast Salish artist of the Shi'sha'lth (Sechelt) nation.
    • Northwest Coast, Indian art, aboriginal Chilkat weaving, Ravenstail weavings, tribal fabric art, ceremonial robes
    • Alaskan artists Jacques and Mary Regat work in bronze, lithography, wood, and oils focusing on wildlife, native legends and stylized people.
    • Renee New Hejazeen, acrylic painter of primitive wildlife/tribal dream art; originals and giclee prints.
    • Offers murals and paintings on a full line of products. From cards to brief cases. Find photos of many of her most famous murals, paintings, and logos.
    • Art and writing of a Salish/Navajo tribal member.
    • Native American arts, jewelry, pottery and folk art from Navajo, Zuni, Hopi and local Northern New Mexico Pueblo indians and Spanish artists.
    • Site of Eastern Band Cherokee artist/activist Shan Goshorn and the art of hand-tinted black and white photography.
    • Blackfeet artist SkyHawk's unique vision of his people and of other peoples all around the world
    • Prints, sculpture, fine arts produced by Native artist Randy P. Smoke.
    • Native American Artist and political activist.
    • Bob D'Alimonte's personal site with a tribute to the work and life of Stanley R. Hill, Sr.; his bone carvings and the short film "Carving Out a Legend."
    • Combining the personal and the global: art, spirituality, politics, and economy, in one place, at one time.
    • Native american beadwork and clothing by Mohawk artist Niioieren Perkins.
    • Charlie Acuna makes bows, arrows, and knapped stone arrowheads, spearpoints and knives with traditional methods and materials.
    • Haudenosaunee artist Natasha Smoke Santiago's gallery, with her paintings, pottery, sculptures and crafts.
    • Susan Point of the Salish speaking Northwest Coast Natives. View Susan's glass carvings, prints and wood work at Deschutes Gallery.
    • Showcases his Native American artwork, limited edition art prints, and flute music.
    • Navajo paintings in various media.
    • Frederick Ted Henry, maker of traditional Navajo jewelry in Canyon de Chele, Arizona.
    • Native American Stained Glass and custom stained glass.
    • Traditional Tsimshian art and carvings such as: totempoles, masks, headdresses, paddles, canoes, boxes, rattles, plaques, bowls, etc. 20 years of woodcarving experience and knowledge of tsimshian art and culture.
    • Vaughnda Hilton, Artistic Director of NNDT, a non-profit incorporation, Founded in 1991. Bio and resume information attached.
    • WaterturtleWeaver Lydia Vassar, Native American Indian Artist sells baskets, jewelry and teaches weaving classes in the San Diego area.
    • Handcrafted figures based on west coast First Nations history and culture.
    • Native artwork, Indian portraits, oil paintings. Stories of aboriginal culture and history.
    • Handcrafted wildlife carvings, mandalas, shields and walkingsticks by Metis Artist Kent McBride.
    • Chokers, earrings, breast plates, buffalo lances, rattles, pipes, dance staffs, jewelry in gold, sterling, and gemstones. All items are handcrafted.

     

 

 

 

 

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