On first consideration, Charles M. Russell might seem the most masculine — even macho — of Western artists. In fact, women figured greatly in his life and his art.
Not a lot of people find artistic rebirth at the laundromat. Then again, unpredictability is what makes creative epiphanies so special.
For inspiration, wildlife sculptor Sherry Salari Sander doesn’t have to go far.
Decked out in hat, boots, and Western shirt, Valerie Hollstein blends in easily in her adopted home state of Utah — until she speaks.
On the occasion of the Crow Fair centennial, photographer Erika Haight shares some favorite images from past fairs and highlights from conversations with a Crow family about the big celebration in Montana.
We share insights from two contemporary collectors, two replicators, and one important resource devoted to Southwestern Native clay art. Chuck …
Historic potters opened doors for generations of artists
The Santa Clara Pueblo artist’s compelling clay figures reflect our shared human experience.
Collectors from all over the world and silversmiths from all over Indian Country converge at Ernie Montoya’s Sunwest Silver, one of the biggest turquoise operations in North America.
This Vancouver boutique hotel connects guests to the region’s Aboriginal past in modern ways.
A visit to New York state’s Ganondagan State Historical Site allows tourists to connect with the “good mind” principles of the Iroquois Confederacy and a resurgent heirloom crop.
The Seneca Art & Culture Center rises to give thanks.