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Indian Art Market
Celebrate native arts and culture at the Natural History Museum of Utah. The Indian Art Market is a juried show featuring the work of regional native artists. Over 20 selected artists will display and sell their original work ranging from jewelry, beadwork, sculpture, painting and more. Meet the artists, learn about contemporary Indian arts and tribal culture and take home something new and unique to add to your collection.
Indian Art Market at the Natural History Museum of Utah:
- Browse the work of 20+ native artists in a variety of media: painting, jewelry, sculpture, beadwork and more.
- Experience native sounds: drum circle and live flute music.
- Attend Collector's Talks: Hear from NHMU Collections Staff some stories of exceptional collectors and view the beautiful art from the Museum's collections that fueled their passion.
The Indian Art Market and associated programs are free and open to the public.
Admission to the Museum galleries is separate.
Black Eagle, Shoshone/Yokut, mixed medium
Mitch Battese, Potawatomi, painting
Joe Cajero, Jemez, sculpture
Althea Cajero, Santo Domingo/Acoma, jewelry
Marvin Slim, Navajo, jewelry
Norman Lansing, Ute, pottery
Mariah Cuch, Northern Ute, beadwork
Carlos Laate, Zuni, pottery
Duran Gasper, Zuni, jewelry
Pahponee, Kickapoo/Potawatomi, pottery
Anderson Black, Navajo, basketry
Gil Scott, Navajo, painting
Matagi Sorenson, Yavapai Apache, jewelry
Ola Eriacho, Zuni, jewelry
Tony Eriacho, Zuni, fetishes
Sheldon Nunez-Valerde, Jicarailla Apache, pottery
Hiram Peynetsa, Zuni, sculpture
May Preston, Paiute, multi-medium
Charlene Reano, San Felipe, jewelry
Paula Tsosie, Santa Clara, painting
Harold Stevens Jr., Navajo, jewelry