An exhibit on Navajo textiles is ongoing at Nizhoni Ranch Gallery in Sonoita, Arizona.
Virgil Ortiz tackles taboo topics at King Galleries in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Generational artwork from Susan Folwell on display at King Galleries.
Work from the San Ildefonso Pueblo’s day school is featured at Adobe Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Acoma potter Delores Juanico’s works are featured at Lyn A. Fox Fine Pueblo Pottery in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
The annual Native Treasures event benefits the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture.
Engaged buyers turn out in record numbers for Brian Lebel’s High Noon Show & Auction in Mesa, Arizona.
The 33rd annual American Indian Art Show — Marin was well received by collectors.
A new exhibition at National Museum of Women in the Arts explores the art and legacies of Maria Martinez and Laura Gilpin.
Cowan’s Auctions brings to market thousands of years of Native American art during its April 8 sale.
Navajo textiles headline John Moran’s April 25 Decorative Arts auction.
Leslie Hindman Auctioneers’ two-day Arts of the American West sale features Native American material from across North America.
March in Montana’s auction of fine art and collectibles rounds out Russell Week in Great Falls, Montana.
Sculpture and paintings by noted Inuit artists available at Walker’s Auctions’ May 18 sale.
Skinner’s February 10 sale of the Philip & Patricia Marco Collection sees strong results for rare and quality material.
An introduction to the diverse and intricate styles of Navajo textiles
A look at these rare and unique pictorial weavings created in the 1920s and 1930s.
By Rebecca M. Valette and Jean-Paul Valette
Development of the Toadlena/Two Grey Hills Weaving Style.
By Mark Winter
A trio of rare and unique Navajo chief’s blankets now on view.
A look at textiles from artists, galleries and dealers across the country.
The home of the Eagles is defined by an admiration for Native American art and the artists who create the work.
By John O’Hern