Unique and Original Native American Fine Art, First Market Works
Featured Artists and Jewelers: Don Johnston, Ivan Howard, Cliff Fragua
Eagle Dancer Cuff Bracelet, Hopi Overlay, by Bennet Kagenveama
Hopi Silver Supai Kachina Dance Bracelet, by Bennet Kagenveama
Dentalium, Black Beads and Abalone Long Choker Necklace, by Leah Mata
'Jennifer's Necklace,' by Leah Mata
Turquoise Mountain and Silver Pendant, by Ivan Howard
Three Stones Turquoise Ring, by Dee Nez
Charoite, Lapis and Turquoise Cuff Bracelet, by Dee Nez
Three Rows Cuff Bracelet, by Dee Nez
Three Rows Turquoise and Silver Cuff Bracelet, by Dee Nez
Turquoise Triangle Earrings, by Dee Nez, Navajo
Weaver and Loom Pendant, by Cody Hunter
Kokopelli Brings the Spring, Hopi Silver Pendant, by Berra Tawahongva
Kokapelli Sterling Silver Bracelet, by Fortune Huntinghorse
Spiderweb Kingman Turquoise Cuff Bracelet, by Fortune Huntinghorse
Damele Green Turquoise Cuff Bracelet, by Fortune Huntinghorse
Spiderweb Kingman Turquoise and Silver Slender Cuff Bracelet, by Ivan Howard
Explore our gallery's ever-growing range of fine art and jewelry from the Southwest, Plains, First Nations and Alaska Native artists. Rich in tradition, contemporary ideas and renewed perspectives, our superb artists--from museum quality masters to innovative new talent--continue to offer positive energy and beauty to art lovers worldwide. Enjoy our fine art gallery for Native American Art in beautiful Central Oregon!
The contemporary Native American Indians of the Great Basin region include highly respected artists. Some of them use strictly traditional imagery and craftsmanship in their work, others combine these aspects with contemporary materials and concepts. No matter the approach taken, their artistry carries astute cultural and natural understanding of the landscapes of Nevada, California, and Oregon.
Thank you for an outstanding show, Roger Perkins, Terrance Guardipee and Jason Parrish
Ledger artist Terrance Guardipee, Blackfeet; painter Jason Parrish, Navajo, and pop-art/multi-media artist Roger Perkins, Mohawk. These well-known artists show full engagement in their cultural histories with personal insights and imagery that express powerful shifts in contemporary art.