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Indian Art Market Artists

The 2020 Indian Art Market Online is now closed. Thank you to our participating artists and customers. Check back later for information about our 2021 Indian Art Market.

Read about past Indian Art Market Best of Show winners on our blog. Some you will find featured here in the online market. 

Artists

A silver bracelet
Aaron Garcia is a fourth generation jeweler of Kewa Pueblo and Navajo descent. With a lineage of established jewelers, the desire to create is deeply rooted within him.
Four colorful rings.
My name is Benny Begay. I am Navajo and was born on the Navajo Reservation in Keams Canyon, Arizona. All of my pieces of jewelry tell a story through what I inlay in the...
A necklaces made of shells and turquoise.
Calvin and Pilar Lovato have been creating handmade jewelry together since they first got married in their early 20’s. Both Lovato’s come from multi-generational families of...
A pot.
Carlos Laate is from Zuni Pueblo. Twenty-four years experienced potter. Carlos works on all Zuni traditional Zuni pottery, handed down technics from Grandma Daisy Hooee and...
A pot.
Caroline Lucero-Carpio - Native artist, and lifelong resident of Isleta Pueblo, NM. Alumni of the Institute of American Indian Arts and the University of New Mexico. I have...
A pot.
I create my tribe's traditional pottery to help educate about and carry on the culture of my people. The once grand and widespread tradition of my people's Caddo pottery has...
A bracelet.
A Laguna jeweler who employs various metalsmith techniques to produce contemporary and traditional cuff and link bracelets, bolos, rings, earrings, necklaces, and buckles,...
Earrings
Gina Tafoya has always been creative. She first started by helping her parents Calvin J. and Pilar Lovato who are Heishi makers from Santo Domingo Pueblo. During her teenage...