WASHINGTON

ARTISANS

A painting entitled "Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory" by T.C. Cannon, Caddo/Kiowa
10 Buffalos Art & Custom Work
Pray for Us Mother Earth and Sacred.  © Shana Yellow-Calf Lukinich
Pray for Us Mother Earth and Sacred
© Shana Yellow-Calf Lukinich

9816 Kooley Dr. NW

Gig Harbor, Washington 98329

Tel: (253) 303-1526

Email: 10buffalosart@gmail.com

Web: www.10buffalos.com

Etsy: www.etsy.com/shop/10buffalosart

Artist/Owner: Shana Yellow-Calf Lukinich (Northern Arapaho)

Products: Acrylic paintings on stretched canvas and wood, wood carvings, various prints, mugs, apparel, and accessories, along with other great gift items. All art is done in a contemporary manner to encompass Plains, Pacific Northwest Coast, and Metis art styles. Special commissions accepted. Retail, call or write for more information.

Absolute Mavens

3530 Greenwood Avenue W
University Place, Washington 98466
Tel: (253) 224-5117

Email:  peila@harbornet.com

Website:  www.facebook.com/basketsbytanya

Artist/Owner: Tanya Peila (Cherokee)

Products: Contemporary baskets using commercial reed, gourds and dye. Traditional baskets using red and yellow cedar. Credit cards and special orders accepted.

Stephanie Najera​ 
Dreamcatchers © Stephanie A. Najera.
Dreamcatchers. © Stephanie A. Najera.

Artist (Mohawk)

P.O. Box 1167

Carlsborg, Washington 98324

Web: DreamCatchersbyLight.Etsy.com

Products: Dreamcatchers made from willow branches, beads, ribbon, and found feathers. 

B.R.I.D.G.E. (Building Respectful Interactions to Develop Goals for American Indian Elders and Youth)

P.O. Box 738

Fox Island, Washington 98333

Tel: (206) 758-4576

Director: Darcie Pacholl (Aleut)

Products: masks, paintings, baskets, jewelry, paddles, medicine bags, button blankets, cedar hats, kuspuks, B.R.I.D.G.E. initiates and encourages intergenerational and cultural exchanges between American Indians and Alaska Natives

Cedar Rose Collection

921 East 31st Street

Bremerton, Washington 98310

Tel: (360) 286-7876

Fax: (360) 850-1434

Email:  sales@cedarrosecollection.com

Website:  www.facebook.com/CedarRosePNW

Artist/Owner: Lorilee Morsette (Suquamish Tribe)

Products: Jewelry for retail, wholesale, catalog and price list available upon request.

Cedarose/Rosey

3021 15th Street E

Auburn, Washington 98092

Tel: (253) 351-0117

No regular business hours

Owner: Jackie Swanson (Muckleshoot)

Products: Jewelry, specialty is earrings, contemporary and whimsical designs. Also more traditional designs using seed beads, dentalium, and buckskin. Wholesale. Call or write for more information.

Descendant Designs and Kinatsoo Kitchens

4014-25th Avenue S

Seattle, Washington 98108

Owner: Martha A. Cesar (Tlingit)

Tel: (206) 963-0748

Fax: (206) 902-4353

Email:  DescendantDesigns@gmail.com

No regular hours

Products: Handmade Native art cards, including Eagle and Raven button blanket and Chilkat blanket greeting cards. Other items available, please contact us for more information.

Rhonda Shelford Jansen 
"Storm Dancer" and "Warriors Song." © Rhonda Shelford Jansen.
Storm Dancer and Warriors Song
© Rhonda Shelford Jansen.

Artist (Aleut/Alutiiq)

Tel: (907) 202-3220

Website:  www.rsjartist.com

Email:  rhonda@rsjartist.com

Products: Specializing in realistic Alaska Native cultural scenes, commercial fishing, and seascapes. Media include primarily oils and acrylics. Originals, museum quality gicleés, prints, and commissions are all available.

Makah Cultural Research Center(Nonprofit Organization, Makah Tribal Enterprise)

P.O. Box 160

Neah Bay, Washington 98357; (Rt 112)

Tel: (360) 645-2711 or 645-2712

Manager: Janine Bowechop

Hours: 10am-5pm, daily (open year-round)

Products:  Woven baskets and mats, including replicas of works excavated from Ozette archaeological site; carved wooden masks, totem poles, rattles, and bowls; jewelry consisting of strung olivella shells, engraved silver bracelets, miniature woven basket earrings; painted drums; beadwork; original serigraphs.  Send stamped self-addressed business-size envelope for price list.

Rose’s Native Designs

202 S. Toppenish Avenue

Toppenish, Washington 98948

Facebook:  www.facebook.com/Roses-Native-Designs-482484561933926

Tel: (509) 865-1000 / (509) 952-1158

Hrs. 10:30am-5:30pm (Monday-Friday); Saturday (10:30am-5pm)

Artist: Rosanna J. Sampson (Yakama)

Products: Native Arts and Crafts: jewelry, earrings, necklaces, bracelets, rings. Beadwork: earrings, barrettes, moccasins. Hand drums and legal eagle fans (goose). Housewares: plates, coasters, towels, boxes. Native prints, wing dresses, shawls. Our store is located on the Yakama Indian Reservation and in business since 1992. We’ve been sharing our culture for 24 years. Please visit us on Facebook.   

Sacred Circle Gallery of American Indian Art

(A Nonprofit Organization)

P.O. Box 99100

Seattle, Washington 98139

Tel: (206) 285-4425

Manager: Steve Charles (Tlingit/Haida)

Hours: 10am-5pm, daily

Products: Paintings, sculpture (bronze, wood, stone), carved and painted wall panels; ceramic works, sinew sewn and beaded moosehide bags and moccasins, other beadwork, knives. Commissions accepted. Call or write for further information.

Lois Chichinoff Thadei

Artist (Aleut-Sealaska)

Products: Prints, metalsmithing, pottery, and weavings. Works are produced seasonally, frequently using materials that must be harvested at specific times of the year. Most work is contemporary founded on traditional artistic practices of the Far North Pacific Rim. All pieces are graphic storytelling of Tribal, family, and life stories.

The Past Remembered

P.O. Box 1450

Port Hadlock, Washington 98339

Tel: (360) 301-1174

Artist/Owner: Don Itterley (Quinault)

Website:  www.thepastremembered.com

Email:  oddball@thepastremembered.com

Products: Prints, metalsmithing, pottery, and weavings. Works are produced seasonally, frequently using materials that must be harvested at specific times of the year. Most work is contemporary founded on traditional artistic practices of the Far North Pacific Rim. All pieces are graphic storytelling of Tribal, family, and life stories.

Emil Vinberg 
"Market Scene" and "Northern Lights Tender." © Emil Vinberg.
Market Scene and Northern Lights Tender© Emil Vinberg.

Artist (Aleut)

Tel: (360) 305-8105

Email:  emilvinberg@gmail.com

Products: Watercolor and acrylic paintings; custom marine art by request. 

"Weaving with Sharron"

5006 Hyada Blvd. NE

Tacoma, Washington 98422

Tel: (253) 719-8083

Owner/Manager: Sharron Nelson

Weekend workshops only at this time.

Products: Cedar baskets and other weaved items, as well as other styles of baskets. Will soon be teaching classes, and providing supply kits and instructions for sale. Currently working on a brochure of sale items, will take special orders. Write or call for more information.

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