Contemporary native American artists
Profiles more than one thousand contemporary Native American artists including potters, silversmiths, weavers, painters, wood and metal sculptors, and basket-makers from approximately one hundred tribes throughout the country. Original. IP.
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Abeita Acoma Pueblo Adobe Gallery Albuquerque American Indian Arts Arizona Arizona Weaver EDUCATION ARTIST Artistówatercolor Bachelor baskets beaded beadwork Beadworker EDUCATION Begay British Columbia California Canada Basketmaker Canada Beadworker Canada Carver Carver EDUCATION carves Cochiti Cochiti Pueblo College colors Cordero courtesy crafts creates decorated designs Diabo dollmaker Elk Woman exhibited Fe Indian Market grandmother Heard Museum Helen Cordero Hopi Hopi N/A Institute of American Iroquois Jeweler EDUCATION jewelry John Kachinas Kiowa Learned leather leatherworker Margaret Martinez Mary medallions media EDUCATION Mexico Jeweler Mexico Potter EDUCATION Mohawk mother Naranjo Native American Navajo Navajo N/A necklaces Northwest Coast Oklahoma Oneida painting pots Printup Pueblo Quandelacy quillworker R. C. Gorman Reano REPRESENTATION rugs San Ildefonso Sandpainter Santa Clara N/A Santa Fe Santa Fe Indian Scottsdale sculptor Self-taught Seneca Silver silversmith skills Storytellers style Suina taught Tony traditional Trujillo University Virginia weave Yazzie York Beadworker York State Fair