Friday, May 30, 2014

Father's Day is June 15!



For this Father's Day, show him you care with a gift as wonderful and unique as he is!


From handmade jewelry like belt buckles, bolo ties and cufflinks, to baskets, pottery, and more; you are sure to find the perfect gift for dad!

And now through June 15, order over $100 online and choose one of our Western National Parks books on Native Art! Each book is just under 50 pages with all color examples clearly explained.


Chose one of these great options, to give or to keep!


For hundreds of years, Hopi carvers have given expression to their ceremonial life through powerful, artistic sculptures known as katsina dolls. Colorful photography illustrates a sampling of the artistry associated with the details of individual katsina dolls. The book explains the evolution of technique, and touches on the exciting new directions modern Hopi artists are taking.










This guide to collectible Indian crafts features bright, clear photographs of work by Navajo, Zuni, Hopi, and Santo Domingo artists. Brief text details the meticulous tasks these artists perform to create a distinctively Southwestern style of wearable art.

Bright, clear photographs and concise descriptions of the collectible carvings of the Zuni people fill the pages of this guide. The badgers, bears, birds, and other creatures of the natural world, carved by Zuni artists for more than a millenium, are explained along with the relation to their living counterparts.












This guide describes and depicts the seventeen most common Navajo rug styles, and includes quotes by some of the finest weavers crafting rugs today. It also contains photos of rugs from Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site.

This guide includes color photographs and full descriptions of the eighteen most collectible pottery styles of the Southwest. The concise and informative text is supplemented by quotes from well-known potters.














The last in the series of guides to Indian arts of the Southwest. This book covers the history of Indian beadwork as well as modern examples.

















Here are some gift ideas we think Dad will love!

Silver and turquoise bolo tie by Larry Joe (Navajo)
Silver & Turquoise Bolo Tie by Larry Joe (Navajo)



Miniature Pottery Seed Pot by Wallace Nez (Navajo)
Miniature Pottery Seed Pot by Wallace Nez (Navajo)



Silver Overlay Belt Buckle by Trinidad Lucas (Hopi)
Silver Overlay Belt Buckle by Trinidad Lucas (Hopi)


Silver & Inlay Cufflinks by Albert Nells (Navajo)
Silver & Inlay Cufflinks by Albert Nells (Navajo)



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