Native American Art Magazine 3
June/July 2016Subscribe Now Purchase a Hard Copy of Issue 3 of Native American Art Magazine
Shape and Color
Letitia Chambers’ eclectic art collection at her home includes works by artists she has known. By John O’Hern
Twined Cornhusk Artistry of the Plateau
For centuries, twined bags were a primary form of artistic expression for Native American women in the Columbia River Plateau. By Natalie Fay Linn
Remembering the Little Bighorn
Stephen Standing Bear’s powerful work depicting the 1876 battle is at Philbrook Downtown in Tulsa, Oklahoma. By Donna Poulton
A Heard Museum in Phoenix exhibition explores the unique relationship American Indians have with the land and how it is conveyed through their art. By Beth Ducket
Message of Hope
Shiprock Santa Fe presents an exhibition of clothing and accessories by Lloyd Kiva New, Kenneth Begay and Orlando DugiVisit Gallery
The exhibition José Bedia: Tribal Affinities at Tambaran 2 Gallery explores the relationship between the artist’s collections and his work.Visit Gallery
Adobe Gallery’s latest show is an exhibit of 10 Navajo rugs from Crystal Trading Post.Visit Gallery
Under the Rainbow
Exhibit and sale at Medicine Man Gallery brings together some of the finest Navajo Germantown textiles from 1880 to 1920Visit Gallery
Hundreds of dealers will be showing artifacts and art at Brian Lebel’s Old West Show & Auction June 11 and 12.
The 2016 Eiteljorg Indian Market and Festival returns to the grounds of the namesake museum in Indianapolis.
Kaleidoscope of Cultures
Tribes from across the U.S. gather at the Red Earth Festival to celebrate Native American art and heritage.
Wealth of Materials
More than 600 artists brought art of all varieties to the Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market
Call and Response
Contemporary potters pair up with pueblo pottery pieces collected by painter Eanger Irving Couse in new Taos exhibition.
The Pueblo Perspective
In a new permanent exhibit, the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center brings all 19 Pueblos together to tell a complete story.
Connecting with Heritage
The Museum of Northern Arizona hosts festivals dedicated to Native American arts and culture.
Objects of Importance
Twenty historic trade blankets are on view July 16 through November 15 at the Maryhill Museum of Art
Jim Haas’ Last Hurrah
More, bigger, and better is the story of Jim Haas’ last sale at Bonhams’ Native American art auction June 6 and 7.
From Ancient to Contemporary
Heritage Auctions’ July 8 Ethnographic Art: American Indian, Pre-Columbian, and Tribal Art is highlighted by items across the centuries.
Cowan’s April 8 sale of American Indian and Western Art yields success for items from the Ritchie collection, beadwork and more