Special Collections from Contemporary Native American Artists
Explore our gallery's ever-growing range of fine art and jewelry directly curated from Indigenous artists and jewelers from the Southwest, Plains, First Nations and Alaskan homelands. 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.
Enjoy our spacious gallery in beautiful Central Oregon!
Open 11 - 4 pm Wednesday thru Monday
Precious stones, sterling silver and gold jewelry
Pottery from Acoma Artist, Sandra Victorino
Orca (Killer Whale) Mask, by David A. Boxley
Orca (Killer Whale) Mask
Alder, acrylic, finely carved and painted
- 12 1/2"h x 7 1/2"w x 6 1/2"d
- 1/4" thickness
David A. Boxley, Tsimshian, Master Carver
Acoma Fine Line Deer and Butterfly Plate, by Carolyn Concho
Acoma Polychrome Miniature Plate
Delicate Mimbres fine-line designs grace award-winning Carolyn Concho's hand-gathered and processed Acoma clay and natural pigment pottery.
- 3 7/8" d x 1" h
Carolyn Concho, Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico
Evening Clouds in the Mountains, Earth Pigment Painting, by Donna Humetewa Kaye (Pesavensi)
Evening Clouds in the Mountains with Earth Pigments Painting
Deeply symbolic and abstract symbols connecting Earth, plants, animals, water, moon and planets; mineral pigments local to the Hopi Mesas; iron oxide clay, tufa, lignite, green and yellow varicites.
- 12" diameter, natural pigment paint on stretched canvas
Donna Humetewa Kaye (Pesavensi)
Tipi With Dragonflies Plains Ledger Art, by Joe Pulliam
Medicine Lodge Tipi with Two Golden Dragonflies; back side shows script;Joe’s unique use of water-based pigments allow for rich colors and translucency.
- 1892 Antique Receipt Paper
- 13 1/2 x 18 1/2"
Patrick Joel Pulliam, Oglala Lakota, South Dakota
Open 11 - 4 Wednesday thru Monday & Closed Tuesday
During this difficult time, we want to convey that you, our friends, customers and artists are certainly on our minds.
Raven Makes Gallery is open, with responsible health safety measures in place. Come reflect on our new works curated directly from our Southwest, Arctic, Plains Indigenous artists.
Keep our online presence in mind. We are adding new items daily. Know that your patronage supports our artists and their families, many in remote communities, who are facing cancellations of important art markets and venues to promote and sell their art directly. Our role is to continue to offer what our artists have created and through you, support them with sales, courage and appreciation.
Please stay safe, healthy and hopeful.