A coiled basket by Rose M. Johnson, Navajo Tribe. Photograph by Lars Krutak
Alaska Beadwork

351 N. Peart Rd., Apt. 1614

Casa Grande, Arizona 85122

Tel: (520) 510-2043


Artist/Owner: Cindy M. VanWezel (Koyukon Athabascan)

Hours: M-F, 10-6pm

Products: Beadwork, skin sewing, earrings, necklaces, key chains, magnets, moccasins, barrettes and bags.  Materials used include moose, deer and elk leather, various furs, beads, porcupine quills and more.  Special orders accepted.  Credit cards accepted. 

Arizona Indian Arts 

202 E. Second Street (on Historic Route 66)

Winslow, Arizona 86047

Tel: (928) 221-1950


Hours: 9am-7pm, Monday-Saturday (closed December - January)

Artist/Owner: Lawrence E. Melendez (Hopi)

Products: Old style Hopi Kachina doll carver of the Butterfly/Badger clan of Sichomovi Village, First Mesa. Retails Southwest Native American arts and crafts. Member of the Winslow, AZ, Chamber of Commerce and Historic Route 66 Association.

Lorenzo Cassa


"The Calling From Within" and "Puppy Love." © Lorenzo Cassa. 

The Calling From Within and Puppy Love. © Lorenzo Cassa. 

Artist (San Carlos Apache)

P.O. Box 1811

San Carlos, Arizona 85550

Tel: (928) 475-2644 / (928) 928-9659 (cell)



Products: An online business offering originals and limited editions of giclée on canvas. Mail orders accepted. Call for availability of originals.

Karen Clarkson 

Artist (Choctaw)

2529 Ridge Road

Prescott, Arizona 86301



Products: Oil paintings and graphite drawings of Native Americans. Some landscape and still life. Commissions accepted. See website for available work and to communicate with artist. Some prints and numbered editions available.

Colorado River Indian Tribes Museum 

"Rattles" and "Beadwork." © Wilene Fisher-Holt

Rattles and Beadwork. © Wilene Fisher-Holt

133 West Riverside Drive

(located off Hwy 95 in the Moovalya Plaza)

Parker, Arizona 85344

Tel:  (928) 669-8970

Fax:  (928) 669-1925 
Gift Shop Manager: Ginger Swick-Scott 

Museum Director: Wilene Fisher-Holt

Hours: 8am-5pm, Monday-Friday; 10am-2pm, Saturday; closed Sunday and Holidays

Products: Beadwork, kachina dolls, Mohave pottery, cradleboards with braided straps, gourd rattles, contemporary paintings and scarves.  We also carry crafts items such as seed beads, needles, thread, fabric, ribbon and more

D. Ann Crossland

Artist (Cherokee)

85 Rainbow Trail

Sedona, Arizona 86351

Tel: (928) 254-1457


Products: Stone sculpture, acrylic paintings. Special commissions accepted. Internet orders accepted.

Diné Yashi American Indian Arts

P.O. Box 151

Hotevilla, Arizona 86030

Owner/Manager: Dan Yazzie Jr. (Navajo)

Products: Fine art Diné. Diné folk art: carvings, sculptures, and tribal carvings. Yei Bi Cheii Carvings. Medium: wood (Cottonwood root, Cedar, Black Walnut, Cherry wood).

Evelyn Fredericks Sculpture

P.O. Box 134

Kykotsmovi, Arizona 86039

Tel: (928) 255-2112



Owner: Evelyn Fredericks (Hopi)

Products: Native American images in bronze and stone. Tours for individuals and groups.

Anthony Garcia 

Jewelry © Anthony Garcia

Jewelry © Anthony Garcia.

Artist (Pascua Yaqui)

4952 W. Harmont Drive

Glendale, Arizona 85302

Tel: (623) 251-5736


Products: Handmade sterling silver inlay style jewelry with all natural stones.

L. Bruce Hodgins 

Award Winning Navajo Silversmith

Laura Winniford-Hodgins, Artist Assistant

P.O. Box 3750

Chino Valley, Arizona 86323

Bruce cell: (928) 699-0208

Laura cell: (928) 713-7404


Products: Jewelry, metal and stone sculptures. Special commissions accepted. Call or write for more information and pricing.

Honani Crafts-Gallery

P.O. Box 221

Second Mesa, Arizona 86043

(half mile west of junction 87 & 264 on 264)

Tel: (928) 737-2238

Artist/Owner: King Honani, Sr. (Hopi)

Hours: Summer -9am-6pm, Mon-Fri; 9am-5pm, Sat-Sun/ Winter -9am-5pm, Mon-Fri; 9am-5pm, Sat-Sun.

Products: Hopi overlay gold and silver jewelry. Pottery, weavings, paintings, graphics, kachinas, baskets, and Navajo rugs. Zuni, Navajo, and Santo Domingo jewelry. Special orders accepted. Mail order, wholesale-retail. Send self-addressed business-size envelope for information.

Rance Hood Gallery 

16679 N. 109th St.

Scottsdale, Arizona  85255

Tel: (480) 235-6199

Fax:  (480) 406-6497



By appointment.

Products:  Original paintings, limited edition offset prints, serigraphs, and Giclée prints; posters and note cards. Color catalog $10.

Hopi Cultural Center Restaurant & Motel 

P.O. Box 67

Second Mesa, Arizona 86043

(Milepost 379 @ Highway 264)

Tel: (928) 734-2401

Hours: Every day 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM

Manager: Lamar Keevama (Hopi)

Owner: Hopi Tribe Economic Development Corporation

Products: Visit our onsite gift shops that offer authentic Hopi made art including: Katsina dolls, silver overlay jewelry, pottery, baskets, and other original art. 

Hopi Carvings and Paintings

P.O. Box 34321

Phoenix, Arizona 85067


Tel: (602) 906-8954 / (602) 980-3370


Artist/Owner: Buddy Tubinaghtewa (Hopi)

Products: Authentic Hopi Katsina dolls, Hopi designs painted on canvas, various Hopi designs silk screen printed on t-shirts, sweat shirts, etc. Custom orders welcome; accept Visa and MasterCard.

Jesse T. Hummingbird 

"Ceremony for the New Fire" and "The Trees Have Eyes." © Jesse T. Hummingbird. 

Ceremony for the New Fire and The Trees Have Eyes. © Jesse T. Hummingbird. 

Artist (Cherokee)

102 Silver Street

Bisbee, Arizona 85603

Tel: (520) 432-7305

Fax: (520) 432-7205



Hours: 8am-5pm, daily

Member, Indian Arts and Crafts Association, Inter-tribal Indian Ceremonial, and Southwestern Association for Indian Arts.

Products: Original acrylic contemporary paintings of Cherokee and other Native American themes, limited edition prints, fine art note cards, and contemporary versions of traditional Cherokee masks. Retail-wholesale. Illustrated brochure and price list available.

Iskasokpu Arts and Crafts 

Basketry © Iva Casuse Honyestewa. 

Basketry © Iva Casuse Honyestewa. 

P.O. Box 329

Second Mesa, Arizona 86043

Located on the Hopi Reservation in Second Mesa, Arizona

Hours: 9am-5:30pm Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm Sat-Sun

Tel: (928) 734-9361

Fax: (928) 737-9370

Owner/Manager: Iva Casuse Honyestewa (Hopi)

Products: Sell Hopi arts and crafts including jewelry, pottery, katsina dolls, baskets, and silver supplies. Wholesale and retail. Accept cash, checks, Visa, MasterCard, and travelers checks.


P.O. Box 791

Fort Defiance, Arizona 86504

Tel: (928) 730-0845

Owner/Manager: Darrell Jumbo AKA "Elephant Man" (Navajo)

Products: Sterling silver, jewelry, broach/pins, miniature pots, boxes, letter openers, eating utensils. Retail and special orders are welcomed.  Quantities of four or more are accepted to retail businesses.  Write or call for more information.

Keeko Designs

P.O. Box 1800

Kayenta, Arizona 86033

Tel: (480) 789-2383

Artist/Owner: Frank Tully, Jr. (Navajo)

Products: Contemporary handmade Native American jewelry for men and woman, combining both traditional and modern aspects. My idea is to create elegant jewelry with a modern flare, but also including traditional designs and elements. Website business - orders can be placed anytime. Special orders can be processed, visit website and leave contact information. On-line catalog available on website. Price list generally starts at about $27.00 and up, price depends on materials used, etc. Major credit cards accepted, including PayPal. See website.

Carol Chiago Lujan 

Artwork by Carol Lujan

Artwork © Carol Lujan.

Artist (Dine’ Nation, Navajo Nation)


Products: Contemporary clay and fused glass art is inspired by her family, her native culture and heritage and the beautiful landscape of the Southwest. Commissions welcomed. Please email for additional information.

Pamela Aural Martin (aka WoodlandBay Native)


Martin Where They Played photo
Martin Where They Played

Martin WoodlandBay Beaded Cowboy And Fedora Hats photo
Martin WoodlandBay Beaded Cowboy And Fedora Hats

Artisan (Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma)

Phoenix, Arizona

Web:, Facebook and Zazzle


Products:  Custom beaded edge, hatbands on wool cowboy hats, fedoras. Acrylic/watercolor/ ink original canvas. Limited edition prints. Paintings of Cherokee stories, Cherokee syllabary.  Contemporary paintings, landscapes, wildlife, coastal scenes.  Southeastern Woodland bandoliers, purses. Retail, wholesale, commissions.

Please e-mail me for prices or more information.  

Accept credit cards through PayPal or Zelle.

Kathryn J. Mathis (Begay)

Artist (Navajo/Diné)

HC 63, Box 6061

Winslow, Arizona 86047-9803

Residence: Navajo Reservation, off Rt 15, Dilcon, Arizona, NHA 12-46, Unit 01

Tel: (928) 657-3650


Products: Seamstress - Traditional clothing. Work with velveteen, satin, and cotton to make ribbon shirts, shirts, blouses, and skirts for children and adults. Also use blanket material (Pendleton) to make coats, jackets, vests, purses, bags, and coin purses. Dance costumes: jingle dresses and fancy shawls. Some beadwork - on crystals for necklaces, dreamcatcher earrings, and friendship wrist bands. Prefer custom orders. Year round, 9am-4pm AZ Standard time. Leave telephone message or e-mail.

Jesse L. Monongya

Artist (Navajo)

6102 E Charter Oak Road

Scottsdale, Arizona 85254

Tel: (480) 991-2598

By appointment only.

Products: Gold and silver, intricate inlay jewelry using Australian opal, Pacific coral, turquoise, lapis lazuli, and other stones. Award-winning artist. Call or write for specific information and photos.

Mountain Studio, Inc. 

Artwork by Judith Durr

Artwork © Judith Durr-Kull. 

P.O. Box 12

Cave Creek, Arizona 85327

Tel: (480) 595-2443



Gallery and studio open by appointment only.

Artist: Judith Durr-Kull (Choctaw)

Products: Prints and oil paintings, still life, Native representation, landscape, Western life. Retail and wholesale. Special commissions accepted. Call, write, or e-mail Judith Durr or Roger Kull for additional information or to schedule a studio appointment.

Native American Fashions, Inc.

P.O. Box 44802

Phoenix, Arizona 85064

Tel: (602) 956-7581



Artist/Owner: Margaret Wood (Navajo/Seminole)

By appointment only.

Products: Quilts, quilted wall hangings, fiber sculptures, and clothing. Mail order, special orders, retail-wholesale.

Navajo Arts and Crafts Enterprise

P.O. Box 160

Window Rock, Navajo Nation, Arizona 86515

(Junction Highway 264 and Route 12, near Arizona, New Mexico state line)

Tel: (928) 871-4090

Fax: (928) 871-3340 (Navajo tribal enterprise)



Hours: 9am-6pm, Mon-Fri

Member Indian Arts and Crafts Association.

Products: Woven wool rugs, sterling silver and turquoise jewelry, baskets, sand paintings, wood carvings, dolls, pottery, and assorted other finished goods and Native craft products. Call or write for more information. All major credit cards accepted.

Other retail locations:

NACE Cameron Branch, P.O. Box 464, Cameron, Arizona 86020; tel (928) 679-2244

NACE Chinle Branch, P.O. Box 608, Chinle, Arizona 86503; tel (928) 674-5338

NACE Kayenta Branch, P.O. Box 1770, Kayenta, Arizona 86033; tel (928) 679-3369

NACE Grants Branch, 1100 West Santa Fe Ave., Grants, New Mexico, 87020; tel (505) 285-3910

Other NACE production and jewelry repair facilities located in Window Rock, Arizona, and in Alamo, New Mexico.

NavajoLand Images by DeJolie

P.O. Box 2608

Page, Arizona 86040


Tel: (928) 640-7778 - Between the hours of 5pm and 8pm, Monday-Friday


Owner: LeRoy DeJolie (Navajo)

Products: Fine art photography, photo workshops, photography assignments. Member of "Friends of Arizona Highways." Write, call, or visit website for more information.

The Navajo Silversmith

1519 E Saddle Butte

Apache Jct., Arizona 85119

Tel & Fax: (480) 983-3649



Artist/Owner: Dennison R. Tsosie (Navajo)

Call for appointment or visit website.

Products: Featuring one of a kind jewelry and other fine artwork that is inpired by tradition and created with vision. Specializing in custom jewelry. Accepting payments through PayPal, as well as money orders. Mail orders accepted.

Nohwike' Bagoa: House of our Footprints Museum Shop

A Tribal Enterprise

P.O. Box 507

Fort Apache, Arizona 85926

Tel: (928) 338-4625

Hours: 8am-5pm, Mon-Fri (Mon-Sat in summer)

Manager: Ann Skidmore (White Mountain Apache Tribe)

Products: Apache baskets, cradleboards, beadwork, jewelry, fine art. Telephone orders accepted. Call or write for more information.

Nostalgic Memories and More 

Artwork by Stephen McClure

Artwork © Stephen D. McClure. 

Tel: (928) 564-2905

Meadview, Arizona


Owner: Stephen D. McClure (Cherokee)

Products: Original multimedia art, wood carvings, paintings, prints, hide paintings, and featherwork.

Emery Ohmasatte's Creative Instincts

P.O. Box 1

Overgaard, Arizona 85933

Tel: (928) 535-4884

Artist/Owner: Emery Ohmsatte ( Zuni)

Products: Quality Zuni craftsmanship. Contemporary jewelry designs in 14k & 18k, (some designs in silver). Rings, earrings, pendants, necklaces. Excels in lapidary inlay and jewelry design. Inlay of semi-precious to precious material such as turquoise, coral, and opal to harder material such ruby. Uses faceted stones such as sapphires, rubys, and diamonds in prong, bezel, channel, or bead settings. Commissions, custom work excepted. No catalog. Photos on request. Price range: $400 - $9,000. Call or write for information.

Barbara Teller Ornelas 

Artwork by Barbara Teller Ornelas. 

Artwork © Barbara Teller Ornelas. 

Artist (Navajo)

4802 E. Copper St.

Tucson, Arizona 85712


Tel: (520) 909-5281

Products: A fifth-generation master Navajo weaver. Specializing in Two Grey Hills tapestries and other regional styles and period pieces from the late 1800s. Teaches Navajo weaving and spindling classes and available for lectures. Consults on weaving exhibitions and at weaving conferences. Demonstrates experience as a guest curator for museum exhibitions and has traveled internationally as a weaving ambassador for the U.S. Department of State. Artisan is a two-time Best of Show winner at the prestigious Santa Fe Indian Market for Two Grey Hills tapestries with high weft counts. Accepts commissions and credit cards.  Please contact via telephone or email.

Michael Paul Teller Ornelas

Artist (Navajo)

4802 E. Copper St.

Tucson, Arizona 85712


Tel: (520) 370-4709

Products: A sixth-generation Navajo weaver. Specializing in high weft count Two Grey Hills tapestries as well as contemporary rug designs. Available for presentations and lectures focusing on traditional Navajo and contemporary art. Proven experience as a guest curator for museum exhibitions, weaving exhibitions, and art mentorships. Is a multi-ribbon winner at prestigious art shows, including Santa Fe Indian Market and the Heard Museum’s Indian Art Fair. Accepts commissions and credit cards.  Please contact via telephone or email. 

Qwa-Holo Hopi Silvercraft

P.O. Box 66

Second Mesa, Arizona 86043

(Off hwy. 264, 1.5 mille north of Mishongnovi Village and 1 miles south of Hopi Cultural) Center on Rt. 17 Second Mesa, Hopi

Owner/Manager: Gerald Lomanventema (Hopi)

Tel: (928) 734-6688


Products: Traditional and contemporary jewelry, Katsina dolls, and Hopi crafts. Special order accepted. Retail/Wholesale, Visa/MC accepted. Write or call for more info.


Red Horse Arts Studio

P.O. Box 5083
Window Rock, Arizona 86515

Tel: (605) 517-0145


Artist: Art Cleveland Red Horse (Navajo) 

Products: Paintings, prints, jewelry, beadwork, rattles, and other art. Special commissions accepted. Mail order and free shipping available. Please call for appointment to visit the studio. Call or e-mail for more information.

Reservation Creations

P.O. Box 27626

Tucson, Arizona 85726

Owner: Carole J. Garcia (Tohono O'Odham)

Products: Traditional and contemporary arts of Native American Indians. Limited edition or one-of-a-kind products, including jewelry, basketry, beadwork, quillwork, weavings and rugs, pottery and clothing, carvings, and dolls. Mail order, retail/wholesale; VISA or MasterCard accepted. 

Marilou Schultz

Artist (Navajo)

844 E. 8th Place

Mesa, Arizona 85203

Tel: (480) 834-3791

Fax: (480) 964-3566


No regular hours. Call for appointment.

Products: Navajo weavings (rugs), weaving tools, weaving wool, and jewelry. Workshops, lectures, and symposiums on Navajo weaving, dyeing of wool techniques, art of Navajo weavings, and history of the Navajo people. Special commissions accepted.

Southwest Native American Promotions

844 E. 8th Street

Mesa, Arizona 85203

Tel: (480) 834-3791

Fax: (480) 964-3566


Owner/Manager: Emerson H. Quannie (Hopi)

No regular hours. Call for appointment.

Products: Hopi jewelry in gold and silver. Workshops, lectures, and classroom instruction on the art of Indian jewelry. Promoter of local and national Native American art shows featuring top Native American artists, and entertainers. Consultant services provided to assist other organizations in promoting Native American art events and fund raising. Special commissions accepted for jewelry.

Spotted Antelope Designs

P.O. Box 459

Chinle, Arizona 86503

Tel: (928) 674-5231


Artists/Owners: Adam and Rita Teller (Navajo)

Products: Traditional and contemporary Navajo jewelry from Canyon De Chelly.

Stony Shores Wampum

P.O. Box 2045

Sacaton, Arizona 85147

Tel: (631) 484-9095


Artist/Owner: Gordell Wright (Shinnecock Nation)

Products: Handmade wampum items, including earrings, necklaces, bracelet, and rings. Please contact me by phone, email or Facebook via Gordell Wright.


Terry Tools

Artist (Navajo)

4802 E. Copper St.

Tucson, Arizona 85712

Tel: (520) 306-1153


Owner: Terry B. Lee (Navajo)

Products: Raised in a Navajo weaving family and produces handcrafted, functional weaving tools, including battens, combs in various sizes and shapes to accommodate any width of weaving. Works with all types of wood – oak, maple, mahogany, purple heart, red heart, fir and cedar. Also manufactures finishing tools, umbrella needles, wood hooks and metal-toothed weaving combs for students. Accepts special orders and credit cards. Please contact me via telephone or email. 

Traditions and Innovations Navajo Sandpainting

P.O. Box 154

Tonalea, Arizona 86044

Tel: (928) 283-8820

Owner: Junior Whiterock (Navajo 'Diné')

Products: Navajo handmade pottery, used natural clay from low spring mesa with pinion pitch, and sandpainting after firing pottery. Sandpainting are all natural color sand collected from Northern Arizona, Southern Utah, and New Mexico. Also does sandpainting nameplate, picture frame, regular size sandpainting, sandpainting clock. Only sells art work at Indian market or Indian art show, at Santa Fe, Phoenix, Tucson, Flagstaff, Gallup, etc.

Bertram Tsavadawa 

"Mother of Katsina (Ha.hai ii. wuu.ti)," "Cricket (" and "Frog Maiden (Paa.kwa" © Bertram Tsavadawa. 

Mother of Katsina (Ha.hai ii. wuu.ti), Cricket
( & Frog Maiden (Paa.kwa 

© Bertram Tsavadawa. 

Artist (Hopi)

P.O. Box 412

Second Mesa, Arizona 86043


Cell: (928) 797-8145

Owner: Ancient Pathways Tours

Telephone first to confirm hours, 1, 3, or 6 hours tours.


Products: Traditional-style dolls (Katsin Tiihu) painted with earth pigment(s). Two-Dimensional artwork, including pen and ink drawings and colored pencil. Produces unique art. I am also a petroglyph tour guide in Hopi Land. Special commissions accepted. Retail only. Call, text, or write for more information.

Wapiti Meadow Beads of Stone

P.O. Box 297 

Salome, Arizona 85348 - Winter location

P.O. Box 988

Cannon Beach, Oregon 97110 - Summer location

Tel: (503) 440-0907 or inquire on Facebook


Artist/Owner: Faye E. Katka (Klamath-Modoc)

Products: Specializing in handmade ethnic necklaces and individual components of stone beads, pendants, carvings, and crosses for the designer or hobbiest. Larger holes will accomodate cord. Varieties of stone are available. No catalog; e-mail or call for more details. 

White Bear Hopi Arts

P.O. Box 37

Kykotsmovi, Arizona 86039

Tel: (928) 734-9298

Fax: (928) 734-9321


Owner: John Fredericks (Hopi)

Products: Hopi traditional and contemporary fine arts including overlay sterling silver jewelry, hand carved Kachina carvings, hand made Hopi pottery; traditional carved Hopi cultural items, including rattles, coil baskets, bow and arrow sets and other traditional Hopi gift items.

Edwin A. Whitesinger

Artist (Navajo)

P.O. Box 2002

Chinle, Arizona 86503

Tel: (928) 349-8800


Products: Paintings-watercolor, color pencil, oil, acrylic, and pastel-of landscapes portraits, and abstract designs. Carvings from cottonwood root and driftwood. Photo prints and photographs. Special orders accepted.

Hopi Silver Arts & Crafts

P.O. Box 726

Second Mesa, Arizona 86043

(Hwy 264, 1 mile south of Hopi Cultural Center)

9am - 5pm

Owner/Manager: Weaver Selina (Hopi)

Products: Featuring authentic handmade: Hopi overlay jewelry, Kachina Dolls, Baskets, Pottery, and much more! Now carrying jewelry supplies (custom work available).

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