This category features galleries which specialize in visual arts created by North American Native artists.
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Ahtsik Native Art Gallery
Original art by more than a dozen first nations artists. Comissions welcome.
Alaska on Madison
A historic collection of Inuit and Northwest Coast ceremonial artifacts. They offer a private collection of early classical Inuit sculptures.
Altermann Galleries and Auctioneers
Western and Native American Art from the 19th century to the present. Annual art auctions.
Tombstone, Arizona gallery with southwest and Native American arts, jewelry, pottery, and other crafts. In Tombstone, Arizona.
Fine art exhibit by prominent Native American artists.
Blue Rain Gallery
Representing contemporary Native American and regional artists through pottery, painting, glass and bronze sculpture.
Representing about 15 Native American artists.
Native American paintings.
Coghlan Art Studio and Gallery
Gallery of northwest coast native art
Douglas Reynolds Gallery
Offers a wide selection of works by leading native artists, specializing in Northwest Coast art.
Eagle Dancer Gallery
Texas retailer of Native American and native-themed art and jewelry.
Four Winds Gallery
In the Sydney suburb of Double Bay. Traditional and contemporary North American Indian jewellery, pottery, sculptures, graphics and rugs.
Inuit art from Canada's Kitikmeot region -"white stone" sculptures, musk ox horn birds and dioramas, stone faced dolls, drum dancers, kayaks.
Represent Inuit, Iroquois, Cree and North West Coast master carvers as well as Inuit print and tapestry artists.
First Nations owned and operated. Features northwest coast artwork and crafts; masks, prints, jewelry, wood carvings, textiles and clothing.
Indian Territory Gallery
Navajo rugs (circa 1860-1930), historic basketry, early beadwork, Pueblo pottery, and Hopi kachinas.
Indian Uprising Gallery
Art of Northern Plains Indians. Specializing in painted hides, ledger drawings, sculptures, bead/quill works, parfleche.
Inuit Gallery of Vancouver
Inuit and Northwest Coast artists of Canada and Alaska
Just Art Gallery
Pacific Northwest Native carvings, paintings, masks and jewelry.
Located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, specializing in antique American Indian baskets.
Carvings from the west coast of British Columbia, Canada, from the Kwak-Waka'wakw (Kwagiutl) / Nuu-Chah-Nulth ("Nootka")regions.
Contemporary and traditional Northern Plains Indian arts and crafts, especially by local Blackfoot artists.
Martha Hopkins Struever
Santa Fe, New Mexico gallery dealing in contemporary and historic American Indian art.
Michael Smith Gallery
Navajo and Pueblo weaving, pottery, southwest, California and northwest coast baskets, Southwestern and California Plein Aire paintings.
One Moon Native Art
Gallery of native art, featuring Darlene Gait, native Canadian artist.
Rainmaker Art Gallery
Contemporary Native American art and jewelry.
Spirit Wrestler Gallery
Representing sculpture and graphics by master Inuit, Northwest Coast Indian, Maori and Plains artists.
Spirits of the North
Masks, totem poles, bowls, carved wall plaques, rattles, bentwood boxes, and talking sticks, along with prints and paintings by renowned artists.
Thunderbird Art Gallery
Native American, southwestern and western art, pottery and artifacts.
Cynthia West's paintings, prints, photography, shrines, pottery, dream arts, book arts and poetry.
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