NEW YORK

ARTISANS

Painting entitled "Cross the Powder...And It Is War!" by T.C. Cannon, Kiowa and Caddo
American Indian Community House 

(A Nonprofit Organization)

39 Eldridge St., 4th Floor

New York, New York 10002

Tel: (212) 598-0100

Web: www.aich.org

Hours: 9:30-5:30pm, Mon-Fri

Products: Contemporary paintings, prints, sculpture, pottery, baskets, jewelry and crafts

 

Ellie's Southwestern Arts & Crafts

32 Sisson Drive

Rochester, New York 14623

Tel: (585) 729-8813

Artist/Owner: Eleanor J. Oliver (Navajo)

Hours: 10am-8pm, Mon-Fri; 11am-6pm, Sat

Products: Silver turquoise, jewelry, baskets, pottery, kachina dolls, medicine pouches.  No special orders accepted.  

 

Elizabeth (Beth) Hazen
"Uktena Earrings" and "Meadowlark Necklace" © Elizabeth Hazen
Uktena Earrings and Meadowlark Necklace © Elizabeth Hazen

Artist (Cherokee)

400 Tompkins St.

Elmira, New York 14901

Email: hazenmetalandink@yahoo.com

Products: Jewelry, pen and ink drawings/prints, beadwork, basketry, shell carving, and paintings.   

 

Iroquois Doll Makers

13853 Route 438

Gowanda, New York 14070

Owner/Manager: Antoinette Scott (Seneca)

Tel: 716-532-3117

Products: Cornhusk dolls and cornhusk doll sculptures in a variety of poses. Leather and beadwork. Woodwork. Special orders available. All sculptures are available in poster or prints.

 

Peter B. Jones  
Sculptures entitled "Meditation," "Offering," "Winter Chill," and "Happy Song." © Peter B. Jones
Sculptures entitled Meditation, Offering, Winter Chill, and Happy Song. © Peter B. Jones

Artist (Onondaga)

653 Broad Street

Salamanca, New York 14779

Tel: (716) 491-5993

Web: www.pbjpottery.wordpress.com

Email: pbjones.art@gmail.com

Hours by chance or appointment.

Products: By Peter B. Jones ‒ original works in clay, one-of-a-kind ceramic sculpture, neo-traditional Iroquois pottery, contemporary stoneware and whiteware pottery; by Roberta Jones ‒ beadwork.

 

Mohawk Coterie
Artwork © Iakowi:he'ne' (Melissa) Oakes
Artwork © Iakowi:he'ne' (Melissa) Oakes

39 Eldridge Street

New York, New York 10002

Web: www.mohawkcoterie.com

Email: mohawkcoterie@gmail.com

Artist/Owner/Designer: Iakowi:he'ne' (Melissa) Oakes (St. Regis Mohawk)

Products: Fashion apparel, collections, accessories, workshops, and maker day camps. We tailor programs to build a bridge for young Native American designers who seek to enter the mainstream fashion industry. Our mission is to create a solid and sustainable foundation for contemporary Native-made fashion for the local and global marketplace. Please visit our webstore to view our collections.

 

Oneida Sky

5218 Patrick Road

Verona, New York 13478

(Located in the Turning Stone Resort and Casino)

Tel: (315) 361-8035

Fax: (315) 361-8034

Web: www.turningstone.com (Select "Events", then "Retail")

Hours: Everyday, 8am - 12am

Owner: Oneida Indian Nation

Manager: Michelle Ferrante

Products: Fine art and Native American collectibles including paintings, sculptures, beadwork, and jewelry. Accepting cash, credit cards and casino karats. Mail orders received via telephone.

 

Renelle White Buffalo Art
“Dancers.” © Renelle White Buffalo
Dancers. © Renelle White Buffalo

New York, New York

Email: rwhitebuffalo@gmail.com

Web: www.whitebuffaloart.com 

Artist/Owner: Renelle White Buffalo (Lakota)

Products: Artist working with, but not limited to, acrylic paint, mixed media and printmaking. Accepts mural commissions. For more information, please visit my website or contact me via email.

 

Seneca-Iroquois National Museum Gift Shop

(A Tribal Nonprofit Organization)

814 Broad Street

Salamanca, New York 14779 (I-86, Exit 20)

(Rt. 17, Exit 20)

Tel: (716) 945-1760

Director: Jare' Cardinal

Hours: 9am-5pm, Mon-Sun (May-October); 9am-5pm, Mon-Fri (November-April); closed January

Products: Iroquois beadwork; splint, porcupine quill, and sweet grass baskets; cornhusk dolls; horn and gourd rattles; wampum and scrimshaw jewelry; leather goods; ribbon shirts; pottery; and other crafts. Special orders accepted. Mail order, retail. S end stamped self-addressed business-size envelope for price list.

 

Six Nations Indian Museum Shop 
“Three Shouts” and “Peers Through the Trees” © David Kanietakeron Fadden
Three Shouts and Peers Through the Trees © David Kanietakeron Fadden 

1462 County Route 60

Onchiota, New York 12989

(Northeastern Adirondack Mtns on Franklin Cty Rte 60)

Tel: (518) 891-2299

Hours: 10am-6pm, Tues-Sun (closed Mon) July-Aug; open to groups by appointment mid-May-June 30 & Sept

Director: John Fadden (Mohawk)

Email:  info@sixnationsindianmuseum.com

Website:  www.sixnationsindianmuseum.com

 

Products: Mohawk baskets, beadwork; acrylic paintings of Iroquois culture by John Kahionhes Fadden, Dave Kanietakeron Fadden, and Don Tehonatake Fadden; story-telling lectures. Brochure available.

 

Southwest Collections

Cortland, New York

Tel: (607) 745-5269

Owner: Sharon Livingston (Navajo)

Products: Navajo Necklaces, Earrings, sterling silver jewelry - Wholesaler.

 

Sweetgrass Giftshop

Akwesasne Museum (A Nonprofit Organization)

321 State Rt. 37

Hogansburg, New York 13655-3114

Tel: (518) 358-2461

Email: info@akwesasneculturalcenter.org

Web: www.akwesasneculturalcenter.org

Hours: 8:30am-4:00pm Mon-Thur; 8:30am-3:30pm Fridays, year round

Manager: Sue Herne (Mohawk).

Products: Mohawk black ash splint and sweetgrass baskets in a variety of sizes and styles; also, beaded earrings, and other items. Mail order; send self-addressed stamped envelope for price list.

 

Thomas Trading Post

RR # 1 Box 268-P

Nedrow, New York 13120

Artist/Owner: Wesley O. Thomas (Onondaga)

Products: Small and large drums, antler necklaces, moccasins for children and adults, walking sticks, cigarette lighter cases, feather fans, dance sticks, dream catchers, and medicine pouches.

 

Turtle Funding Foundation 
Artwork by Adrienne Terry
Artwork. © Adrienne Terry

c/o Seashore Creations

Shinnecok Territory

P.O. Box 2614

Southampton, New York 11969

Email: aterry_12@yahoo.com

Owners: Adrienne Terry and Edward Terry (Shinnecock)

Products: Mussel shell jewelry.

 

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