Explore our gallery's ever-growing range of fine art and jewelry directly curated from Indigenous artists and jewelers from the Arctic to Northern Mexico. 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 Native American art lovers worldwide.
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The Homelands Collection, 1st Edition
Commissioned - 16 artists have created works on 62 maps from the 1700's & 1800's.
During this past challenging winter, artists overlaid their stories onto original antique maps, going beyond the confines of flattened landscapes and static boundaries.
Creativity, contemplation and patience have resulted in this superb collection.
This year's edition is dedicated to Malaija Pootoogook of Cape Dorset (1971 - 2021).
Image: Warrior Maiden and the Guardians of the Four Directions, Wilmer Kaye, Hopi. 1881 map of Western States
Precious stones, sterling silver and gold jewelry
Mosaic Cowrie Shell Traditional Style Necklace, by Mary Louise Tafoya
Masterpiece Mosaic and Cowrie Shell Necklace
Cowrie shells beautifully inlaid with serpentines, corals, thulite, spiny oyster, Kingman turquoise, rodenite, denim lapis, lepidolite and other stones; set with jeweler's epoxy and jet.
Hand-rolled Kingman turquoise beads on sturdy, flexible wire and sterling silver clasp. This is a stunning and unique necklace, reminiscent of the most traditional Kewa jewelry.
- 18" long
Dolphin Stone Carving Fetish, by Salvador Romero
'Heading to See the Loved Ones' Dolphin'
By renowned traditional-style stone fetish carver, Salvador Romero; Old school style; Salvador's soft edges and particular choice of green stone reflect the earliest elements in archaic art and culture of the First People.
About 2 1/2 inches across
About 4 1/4 inches end to end
- Almost 1/1/2 inches tall
Salvador Romero, Cochiti Pueblo, New Mexico
Cape Dorset 2020 Print, Opposite Attraction, Padloo Samayualie
17. Opposite Attraction
Paper: Arches Cover White
Printer: Niveaksie Quvianaqtuliaq
44 x 71.5 cm
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