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“The Plains Indians: Artists of the Earth and Sky,” one of the greatest exhibitions of American Indian art you may ever see, opens Monday at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Too bad the exhibit was Native American Regalia, Native American Clothing, Native American Beauty, Native American Artifacts, Native American Beadwork, American Indian Art, Native American History, American Indians, Native Beadwork

The Metropolitan Museum of Art on Twitter

““The #PlainsIndians: Artists of Earth and Sky,” featuring more than 150 works, closes today. http://t.co/gwxMKhlubz”

Northern Cheyenne Beaded Hide Cradle -- Circa 1880 -- Via Heritage Auctions. Native American Baby, Native American Photos, Native American Artifacts, Native American History, Native American Indians, Cheyenne Indians, Native Beadwork, Native American Beadwork, Native Indian

A NORTHERN CHEYENNE BEADED HIDE BABY CARRIER. c. 1880. ... Textiles | Lot #77089 | Heritage Auctions

A NORTHERN CHEYENNE BEADED HIDE BABY CARRIER. c. 1880. ... American | Lot #77089 | Heritage Auctions

Great Lakes quilled hide knife sheath, probably Huron, that is 9 inches long & finely decorated in ivory, orange & blue porcupine quillwork with an edge trimmed with tiny tin cone pendants inserted with red-dyed deer fur. Native American Crafts, Native American Artifacts, Native American Beadwork, American Indian Art, Native American History, Native American Indians, Native Indian, Native Art, Grands Lacs

Art/Auctions: American Indian Art auction at Sotheby's May 8, 2006

Great Lakes quilled hide knife sheath, probably Huron, that is 9 inches long & finely decorated in ivory, orange & blue porcupine quillwork with an edge trimmed with tiny tin cone pendants inserted with red-dyed deer fur.

Art for Daily Life: March 2009 Native American Regalia, Native American Design, Native American Artifacts, Native American Beadwork, American Indians, Indian Beadwork, Native Beadwork, Beading Ideas, Beading Patterns

Art for Daily Life

Kyle McDonald started a project, the goal of which was to trade a red paperclip for a house. It took him one year and fourteen trades to achieve his aim. His first trade was for a wooden fish pen belonging to two vegan women who (being vegan) didn't really want a fish pen. He traded the pen to a Seattle sculptor for a handmade clay doorknob. From there, he traded for a Coleman stove which he exchanged for a generator, followed by a keg of beer with a neon Budweiser sign, next for a…

A PAIUTE WILLOW BABY CARRIER. c. 1900... American Indian ArtBaskets | Lot #50149 | Heritage Auctions Native American Design, Native American Artifacts, Historical Artifacts, American Indian Art, American Indians, Indian Crafts, Native Art, Tribal Art, Art Auction

A PAIUTE WILLOW BABY CARRIER. c. 1900... American Indian Art | Lot #50149 | Heritage Auctions

A PAIUTE WILLOW BABY CARRIER. c. 1900... American Indian ArtBaskets | Lot #50149 | Heritage Auctions

Sioux Fully Beaded Saddle- note the center fire rigging, so much better for the horse Native American Horses, Native American Clothing, Native American Artwork, Native American Artifacts, American Symbols, Native Beadwork, Native American Beadwork, Native Indian, Native Art

INDIAN SADDLES

Full beaded Hope saddle tree. Le bon temps des réserves! avec miroir pour faire peur aux guerriers blancs!

Zuni Inlay Pin with Two Birds, Native American Jewellery, American Indian Jewelry, American Indian Art, Native American Fashion, Native American Art, Native Fashion, Zuni Jewelry, Feather Jewelry, Bird Jewelry

Zuni Inlay Pin with Two Birds, c.1950's

Shiprock Santa Fe gallery, located on the historic Santa Fe Plaza, is rooted in the rich artistry, cultures and traditions of the Navajo and other Native American tribes of the Southwest. Taking inspiration from the Navajo legend of Shiprock, a sacred volcanic rock formation believed to have once been a great-winged bird that carried the Navajo peoples to northwestern New Mexico, the gallery spans place and time—merging historic and contemporary Native American art with modern mid-century…

Smithsonian Craft Show 2017 Volume — Ornament Magazine Native American Dress, Native American Design, Native American Crafts, Native American Artifacts, Native American Women, Native American History, American Indians, American Symbols, Native Beadwork

Smithsonian Craft Show 2017 Volume 39.4 — Ornament Magazine

If you see pewter, you are liable to think colonial America. Her favorite comment that pewtersmith Rebecca Hungerford hears is “I always thought pewter was gray and clunky. You’ve really changed my mind.” Hungerford, from Michigan, is a shining example of an artist w