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This page depicts the diversity of Native American Art, yesterday and today. It represents a collection of highly unusual, sometimes impossible to find traditional items that reflect the spirit and enduring will of Native America through the ages. 

It also represents Native American Art that is created from non-traditional materials, especially glass, that shows each of us how top Native American Artists continue their cultural tradition through new media.

 These collections represent the results of our efforts to bring you the opportunity to learn about Native America and to participate, in a small way, in the magnificent history and art of The People.

  Carol Snow Metal Leaf Art  Jill Shwaiko Limited Editions Adrian Wall Glass Art
 Other Diverse Art Forms

 

Each of Carol Lujan's Glasswork may be featured as a wall display,
or on an easel.

#6811s Carol Lujan Red Yeii Mask
13" x 8"
$480
#6812s Carol Lujan Blue Glass Dragonfly
Square Bowl
12" x 12"
$360
#6768s Carol Lujan Glass
Yeii Mask
12.25" x 8"
$480 Sold
#6769s Carol Lujan Glass
Yeii Mask
12" x 8"
$480 Sold
#6770s Carol Lujan Red Glass "Weaving"
12" x 15"
$700
#6771s Carol Lujan Glass "Weaving"
12" x 15"
$700

Adrian Wall Glass Art
#6867 Adrian Wall Glass Kachina Spirit
17.5" x 13.5"
$300
#6868 Adrian Wall Glass Kachina Spirit
17.5" x 13.5"
$300
#6869 Adrian Wall Glass Kachina Spirit
17.5" x 13.5"
$300
#7797 Adrian Wall Glass Kachina Spirit
17.5" x 14"
$300

 

Jill Shwaiko Limited Editions

This group of images comes from my study of ancient civilizations and their artwork. I was fortunate to go and visit a number of the Anasazi ruins in the Southwest. There, I studied the rock art of the area and found the big horn sheep petroglyphs to have a language of their own. I began developing these images into bronzes and oil pastels. During this process, I felt them speaking to me; sometimes in quite an endearing way.
See the
Jill Shwaiko
Collection


In the Hopi culture, the groom and his male relatives weave fine wedding clothes for the bride, a process that may take months.

The bride will appear dressed in the white wedding robe, white deerskin boots and a black manta.  Her face will be painted white, and in her arms she will carry another robe identical to the one that she is wearing.  The second robe will be in a “suitcase” made of willow twigs,  and rain sash symbolizing fertility. She eventually will be wrapped in that one when her life ends, and she will be buried in it for her trip to the cloud country, where cloud people reside.

Today, such a rare ensemble (right) is on display, and available at River Trading Post, Scottsdale.  It includes two wedding robes, a reed wrapping mat, moccasins, and rain sash. 

#5535s
$4000

Indian
Dolls
Many Native American nations. Various
Origins
The doll is an integral part of Native American life, and of our Diverse Indian Arts collection. Various
Prices
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Carol Snow Art
#5148f Seneca Three of a Kind
16" x 20"
$300 Sold
#5153 Seneca Warrior's Horses
11.75" x 28.25"
$500
#5156s Seneca Eagles Keep My Heart Stong
20" x 23.5"
$550
#5157s Seneca Ancient Talismans
26" x 12"
$450 Sold
Edward S. Curtis Photogravures
See Our Curtis Collection for details of these original historic images. Edward S. Curtis Variable A limited selection of original Photogravures by Edward S. Curtis.  Beautiful and original Curtis images. Price Varies Please See Our Edward S. Curtis Collection
 

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