Native American Art Magazine 7
February/March 2017Subscribe Now Purchase a Hard Copy of Issue 7 of Native American Art Magazine
Building on Tradition
The 59th annual Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market returns March 4 and 5.
The Complex Genius
Exploring the life and work of Hopi katsina carver James Kootshongsie. By Barry Walsh
Ledger art on display at H. Malcolm Grimmer in Santa Fe, New Mexico.Visit Gallery
Warp + Weft
Woven works at Sundog Fine Art in Bozeman, Montana.Visit Gallery
Taos glassmaker Ira Lujan lands coveted spot during the Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market in Phoenix.Visit Gallery
Holly Wilson’s new show is on display at Bonner David Galleries in Scottsdale, Arizona.Visit Gallery
Visions by Sonwai
Verma Nequatewa channels the Hopi Way of life in her new work at the Faust Gallery in Scottsdale, Arizona.Visit Gallery
The Marin show draws collectors to San Francisco with its distinct collections of American Indian art.
Native food, music and fashion take over the streets of Old Town Scottsdale.
SWAIA’s Winter Market at the La Fonda Hotel was a resounding success.
The Autry Museum’s 26th annual American Indian Arts Marketplace saw over 5,000 visitors November 12 and 13 in Los Angeles
A new exhibition at the Tucson Desert Art Museum explores the exquisite weaving collection of Steve and Gail Getzwiller.
Houston Center for Contemporary Craft presents a solo exhibition of new work by fourth-generation Navajo weaver Melissa Cody.
A Unique Vision
Skinner brings to market the Philip and Patricia Marco collection of Native American art on February 10 in Boston.
Three collections of pottery lead Heritage Auctions’ December 13 sale of Native American art.
Fresh to the market Eskimo masks and a portrait by Fritz Scholder lead Bonhams’ December 5 sale of Native American art.
Strong phone and internet bids drove top American Indian artifacts high at Skinner’s December 1 auction in Boston.