The offerings shared below are just a small selection of what is available in our physical gallery shop. Contact Us.
is backordered. We will ship it separately when it becomes available.
A wonderful set of four ornaments that are printed images on wooden backing, reproductions of original paintings done by Kandis Quam and Elroy Natachu Jr. of Natachu Ink. We see a Butterfly, a Zuni Sunface symbol, a raincloud element and another traditional pueblo-inspired design. All ornaments are about 3" diameter, while the raincloud one is about 3 1/2" in diameter. Each ornament is signed and dated on the reverse in gold ink.
Bart Gasper, Jr.
Carl Etsate's delightful and folky drum set is carved of wood painted with colorful acrylic paints and silver details. He added a tiny "New Mexico Route 66" logo on the front of one of the drums, cool! It rests permanently a top a base of black painted found stone. About 2 1/4" long, 2 3/8" deep and 2 3/8" tall, measurements include base.
Spencer Nutima, Hopi
Robert Cachini's Eagle and Sunface Katsina is hand-carved from a single piece of cottonwood and hand-painted with vibrant acrylic paints. Eagle occupies the top two thirds and is adorned with a carved and painted necklace of turquoise with a representation of a turquoise and coral overlay shell pendant. It has sweeping wings held close to the body and neatly incised tail feathers. Below Eagle is the Sunface painted in turquoise and black with rays of rainbow colors. Standing 14 1/2" tall including cottonwood base which is about 13 1/2" in diameter. Signed by the artist. Extra shipping charges may apply.
Peter Sohappy, New Mexican