Alan is one of the few remaining older Native American artists. Born and
raised on the Cheyenne River, SD, he makes Traditional and Contemporary
Lakhota art, mainly Warrior Art: breast plates, chokers, and ear drops.
A very special female Native artist of the Creek Tribe.
Mr. Lund is a fantastic Artist who does absolutely awe-inspiring and unique paintings.
Dine' na' a' cha' ah (Navajo Artist)
The images of Rex A. Begaye, a full-blooded Dine' artist, speak of the universal
connection of Mother Earth, Father Sky, and mankind.
Dorothy was selected as the Honored One and Master Artist of the Red Earth Festival 1999. In 2001 she was named Cherokee Master Artist by Five Civilized Tribes Museum, Muskogee, Ok. (only 30 master artists named since 1974). She also won the 2001 Best of Show for painting "Gifts of Our Ancestors, 14 generations" at Tsi-La-Gi Cherokee Heritage Center Museum Homecoming Show.
This is a talented Huichol artist in Mexico who creates beautiful beaded artwork,
including masks, using bright colors in his designs.
Jackie Larson Bread
Jackie Larson Bread, an enrolled member of the Blackfeet Nation, believes
that, like life, beadwork is a constant learning process. She has been published
in several first class magazines and there are collections of her beaded art in
Museums and private collections across the country.
Chippewa Artist: "a self taught sculptor and award winning artist, Savage has
dedicated a majority of his artistic abilities to . . . . . traditional Chippewa Art forms."
These images by this artist of the Cheyenne Tribe are striking, and load fast.
Jerome Bushyhead crossed over early this spring (2000). We wish to Thank him for
his beautiful Gifts to the world.
The artwork of this Lakota/Iroquois artist from South Dakota is marked by
spirituality and mysticism. He is widely recognized and has won many awards.
This is the official site of Joanne Shenandoah, the celebrated Native American
singer, songwriter, and composer.
Ken is a young full blooded member of Cherokee Nation, creator of traditional
pottery, and a singer. You can hear some of his music here, and read what he
L. David Eveningthunder
The painting, "When We Dance The Spirits Dance," by this Shoshone artist is
This page features a note from Leonard and a brief history of his
painting career. His "art helps finance the operation of the Defense Committee and the ongoing campaign for his freedom."
Merle Locke - Lakota Sioux
"I am an Oglala Lakota Artist who resides on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. As an emerging Lakota artist, I hope to express and reflect our history and culture with better understanding and knowledge for mankind to share in this world. My Artwork is a part of me keeping the Lakota tradition and culture alive."
missing since early 2001 - Paulette Woolhead, one of the few Native Women
carvers, is returning to her Ojibway heritage through her art.
Wonderful soapstone carvings!! NOTE:12/02/2002 - Paulette and her
wonderful carvings cannot be found on the Internet as yet. A great loss to me.
Randy Simon is a 34 year old artist from the Mi’kmaq tribe. He is from the Big Cove First Nations, located in the Eastern part of New Brunswick, Canada. His work is influenced by the Mi’kmaq legends that have been passed on for centuries by his ancestors.
A Navajo artist primarily known for his lithographs. He also creates simple and
elegant oils and pastels. This site has gone to frames; click on his name in the
Roger Broer - Lakota Art
An enrolled member of the Oglala Lakota Nation, Roger works in monotype, painting (mixed media), drawing, and sculpture. He has won numerous awards and holds two or three Monotype Workshops throughout the United States each year.
Article about Ms. Silook and artshow "Ceremony of Healing," Art of Outrage : art protests violence against Native women. by Mike Dunham, Anchorage Daily News, 5/24/01.
See also article by Sandi Gerjevic 5/29/01, Ways of Healing.
This great artist is from the Pima tribe. The site loads well.