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We get a lot of mail asking us to recommend websites where people can buy authentic American Indian arts and crafts.
There are many imitations of Native American artwork out there, and it can be hard to tell the wheat from the chaff.
It doesn't help that most Native American artists don't have websites, whereas every marketer of Chinese-made dreamcatcher
knockoffs has at least twenty different URLs trying to sell their stuff.
So if you're looking for arts and crafts that were actually made by Native Americans, either because it's important to you to have the real thing or because you want to support native people with your purchase, here is our directory of American Indian artists whose work is available online. If you have a website of Native American art (traditional, contemporary, or mixed) to add to this list, please let us know. We gladly advertise any individual native artist or native-owned art store here free of charge, provided that all arts and crafts were made by tribally recognized American Indian, Inuit, or First Nations artists.
Thank you for your interest in Native American Indian art!
Native American Jewelry
Native American Rugs
Native American Clothing Moccasins Native American Pottery Native American Baskets
Native American Carvings Kachinas Totem Poles Native American Masks
Native American Pouches Native American Drums Native American Flutes Native American Pipes
Native American Paintings Native American Greeting Cards Native American Dolls
Southwestern American Indian Art Northwest Coast American Indian Art
Sa-Cinn Native Art|
First Nations arts and crafts shop offers a stunning array of Northwest Coast Indian art including bentwood boxes and silver jewelry in bear, raven, eagle, and killer whale designs.
Bear Canyon Art Galleries|
Jewelry and other fine Southwest Indian crafts from a Navajo-owned art store.
Navajo family crafts store offering hand-made sand paintings, pottery, and gifts.
Ancient Ways Native American Arts|
Nice selection of Native American crafts from a Shoshone Indian gift store, including beaded leather goods, painted buffalo robes, and traditional Plains lizard and turtle amulets.
Hopi-owned store featuring kachinas, basketry, and other Native American art of the Southwest.
A Gallery of Nations|
Native-owned art store selling Zuni Indian jewelry, pottery, and fetish carvings.
American Indian Art and Gift Shop|
California Indian basketry and other native crafts sold by a non-profit Indian cultural center.
Seminole Indian crafts including patchwork clothing, palmetto dolls, and beading.
The Wampum Shop|
Beadwork, carvings, and other American Indian crafts by a Cayuga Indian artist.
Indian art gallery offering artwork, jewelry, folk art, and home decor by various Choctaw artists.
Algonquians Sweetgrass Gallery|
Quill boxes, moccasins, and Native American gifts from an Ojibway-owned crafts store.
Broad selection of Inuit and Native American art from Canada.
Jackson Native Art|
Klamath-owned online gallery of contemporary Native American art and sculpture from various tribal traditions.
North West Native Art|
Native American art gallery owned by a Haida woman. Featuring Pacific Northwest fashion labels and fine art.
Inuit Art Foundation|
Collection of fine Inuit carvings, prints, and crafts. Proceeds support a non-profit Inuit organization.
Free Spirit Native Art Gallery|
Online gallery of aboriginal Canadian art prints and carvings by Squamish and Inuit artists.
|Native North American Art||Native American Art||North American Indian Art||All Roads Are Good: Native Voices on Life and Culture|
|A good overview of American Indian art history from ancient times to today.||A beautiful coffee-table book illustrating Indian arts and crafts from across the continent.||Book by a Cree scholar on contemporary First Nations art.||Commentary by various Indian artists and authors on the meaning of the native arts and crafts displayed by the Museum of the American Indian.|
|I Am Here: Two Thousand Years of Southwest Indian Arts and Culture||Looking at Indian Art of the Northwest Coast||Beauty, Honor, and Tradition||Inuit Art|
|Photographs and history of Southwestern Native American artistic traditions.||An overview of Northwest Indian art, design and symbolism. Many photographs and sketches.||Lovely photography book showcasing Plains Indian artwork, clothing and culture.||Photographs and history of Inuit artwork and symbols.|
About us: This website belongs to Native Languages of the Americas, an indigenous language non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and promoting endangered Native American languages. We are not artists ourselves, so if you are interested in buying some of the crafts featured on this page, please contact the artists directly. Though we have featured only American Indian art identified with the name and tribal affiliation of each artist, we haven't called the tribal offices to check up on any of them, and we only know a few of them personally. We also don't guarantee any of their products. This is not an exhaustive list of Native American art--if you would like us to add your art site to this page, please contact us with your URL and tribal affiliation. We advertise any individual native artist or native-owned art business here free of charge. We do not link to arts or crafts which are not made by tribally recognized American Indian, Inuit, or First Nations artists, so please do not ask us to. And finally, websites do occasionally expire and change hands, so use your common sense and this general rule of thumb: if the creator of each individual artwork is not identified by name and specific tribe, you are probably not looking at genuine Native American art.
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