This category contains visual arts created by North American Native artists and galleries carrying work by Native artists, also informational sites about North American Native art.
Nonprofit Corporation dedicated to the art of the Tlingit. Workshops in carving; totem poles on commission. Home of the Chilkat Dancers and a gallery of local artists in the Valley of the Eagles.
Art of making kachina dolls, the history of jewelry design and the cultures of various tribes.
Publishers of full blood Cherokee art. Includes all currently available posters, prints, lithographs and original watercolors.
Smithsonian gallery of precolumbian Mexican art.
History of the dreamcatcher, instructions on how to make one, and links to artist sites.
Clay pots, bowls, and figurines from the eight northern pueblos, including Maria Martinez and Margaret Tafoya pottery.
Located in Nevada City, California the gallery focuses on native painting, sculpture and graphics.
Information on art forms, including painting, pottery and basketry. Contains photos and an overview of traditional designs.
Online gallery of fine and ceremonial peyote religious art, including "The Peyote Ritual: Visions and Descriptions of Monroe Tsa Toke," and the work of traditional and contemporary NAC artists.
Native artists of many tribes with synopsis and examples of their work.
Online gallery of fine art from natives of the United States and Canada with information about each artist.
Offers authentic clothing and weaponry from a Scottish business and is a Member of IACA Indian Arts and Crafts Association.
Located in Shiprock New Mexico, it has online images of art and information on many artists.
Handcrafted drums of many artists with images and information about the designs.
A gallery of digital art, poems, culture, music and articles.
A brief primer on totem poles from around the Americas.
Has native artist biographies and examples of their art with photos.
A gallery featuring photos and information about many artists. Located in Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin.
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