Native Art and Native Artists > Native Art Galleries (18)

Links to the galleries that specialize in native art.

Ahnisnabae Art Gallery
Ahnisnabae Art was founded in 1997 by the late Roy Thomas to showcase his work and to illustrate and promote the Ahnisnabae culture.
http://www.ahnisnabae-art.com/
Ahtsik Gallery - Port Alberni BC
Artist Owned Gallery that features work of new and established West Coast artists.
http://www.gordondick.ca/
Alaska Native Arts - cooperative
Alaska Native Arts Foundation's goals are to be art consultants to our customers and stewards to our artists.
http://www.alaskanativearts.org/
Bay of Spirits Gallery - Toronto
Canadian Indian Art which encompasses northwest art from the Haida, wood art including talking sticks, masks, and west coast prints. Native Indian art from the Iroquois which include some Native Americans. Our native art from aboriginal artists include the first nation groups of Ojibway art, Iroquois art, Inuit art, Haida art, other Canadian art as well. We have an educated clientele including the National Museum of Canada.
http://www.bayofspirits.com/
Bear Claw Gallery - Edmonton
The gallery features works by internationally acclaimed First Nations artists Daphne Odjig and Norval Morrisseau (both of whom are recipients of the Order of Canada), Alex Janvier, Jane Ash Poitras, Roy Thomas, Maxine Noel, Jim Logan, Aaron Paquette and many other Canadian native artists and Inuit artists.
http://www.bearclawgallery.com/
Black Tusk Gallery
Northwest Coast native art
http://www.blacktusk.ca/
canadianindianart.com
Offers a large collection of Canadian Indian Art especially artwork from the Squamish Nation.
http://www.canadianindianart.com/
Deschutes Gallery-Northwest Coast Native Indian Art
Northwest Coast Native Indian Art, from nations of Haida, Salish, Tlingit, Kwakwaka'wakw, Nuu-chah-nulth in museum-quality Indian art as well as Inuit art.
http://www.deschutesgallery.com/
E A Studios of Jasper, Alberta
Native Artists such as Norval Morrisseau, Eddy Cobiness, Jackson Beardy, David Wong.
http://www.eastudiosjasper.com/
Hills Native Art Gallery
With five outlets in British Columbia, Hill’s Native Art has acquired the largest and most varied collection of First Nations and Inuit arts and crafts. Hill’s has caught worldwide attention as the largest Northwest Coast Native Art Gallery in North America, and has exhibited hundreds of works by emerging and internationally renowned artists. At any given time, Hill’s features over 1200 Native artists and represents every Tribe and Nation of the Northwest Coast.
http://www.hills.ca/

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