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Artists

Artists

The style, culture and spirit exhibited by these American Indian artists cannot be matched or mimicked.

Created by American Indian artists of the Lakota Sioux tribe and other Plains Indian tribes, as well as Non-Native American artists who are inspired by traditional Native craft, our collection of traditional and contemporary Native art includes beadwork, hide robes, jewelry, clothing, headdresses and more regalia.
  1. Black War Bonnet Painted Buffalo Robe

    Black War Bonnet Buffalo Robe

    $2,310.00
    Painted by Mike McLeod, member of the Bad River Band of the Chippewa and Lakota. Inspired by the eagle feather headdress, the war bonnet design was reserved for highly respected warriors and leaders - they were the only men permitted to wear an emblem of such powerful war medicine. Learn More
  2. Eye of the Great Spirit Hand Painted Buffalo Skull

    Eye of the Great Spirit Hand Painted Buffalo Skull

    $778.00
    Native American artist Mike Mcleod hand paints the familiar spiral universe on the forehead of the buffalo skull. For thousands of years the Plains Indian tribes trekked across the continent, following the stars. Learn More
  3. Hand Painted Buffalo Skull w. Feather Design Native American Made

    Hand Painted Buffalo Skull w. Feather Design Native American Made

    $780.00
    Mike McLeod hand paints the familiar feather design on the forehead of this Buffalo Skull. For centuries the Plains Indians have painted designs on skulls to commemorate important events and their relationship with the buffalo. Learn More
  4. Lakota vs Crow Hand Painted Deer Robe

    Lakota vs Crow Hand Painted Deer Robe

    $690.00
    Native American artist mike McLeod hand paints this deer robe with the images of a battle fought between the Lakota and Crow (also known as the Apsaalooke in their own language). Learn More
  5. Native American Hand Painted Deer Hide: Indian Ponies

    Native American Hand Painted Deer Hide: Indian Ponies

    $670.00
    Mike hand paints this hide with all of the excitement of gathering "Indian Ponies", they race across the prairie towards unknown destinations. Learn More
  6. Native American Hand Painted Elk Robe: The Continuous Battle

    Native American Hand Painted Elk Robe: The Continuous Battle

    $1,430.00
    This never ending circle of battle is depicted on a commercially tanned elk hide with hair on, Mike hand paints each image of this continuous battle. Learn More
  7. Native American Indian Beaded Top Hat: Red, Black & White w. Two Feathers

    Native American Indian Beaded Top Hat: Red, Black & White w. Two Feathers

    $629.00
    Native American Indian artist Mike McLeod puts a stylized top hat together with glass beads, imitation eagle feathers and the gold seal of the U.S. Learn More
  8. American Indian Beaded Top Hat: Red, White & Blue w. Two Feathers

    Native American Indian Beaded Top Hat: Red, White & Blue w. Two Feathers

    $629.00
    Using the Great Seal of the United States, Native American Indian artist Mike McLeod replicates a stylish hat after the hat worn by American Horse. The seal has the words " E Pluribus Unum" which translates to "Out of many One".

    It was a gift from Abraham Lincoln to American Horse and American Horse put it to good use on his hat. Learn More
  9. Native American Indian Beadwork Dress w. Imitation Elk Teeth - Front View

    Native American Indian Beadwork Dress w. Imitation Elk Teeth

    $2,799.00
    Native American Indian artist Mike McLeod creates this lovely dress in shades dark to light pink. An elk tooth dress was a status statement for any Plains Indian woman, it showed what a good provider your partner was. Learn More
  10. Arapahoe Style Blue Shirt w. Gold Stars and Red Twisted Fringe - Side 1

    Native American made Arapahoe Style Blue Shirt w. Gold Stars and Red Twisted Fringe

    $1,845.00
    Native American artist Mike McLeod creates this shirt with Arapahoe Ghost Dancers and their connection to the heavens and the elements, in mind. The red twisted fringe represents the wind and the gold stars are for the heavens. Learn More

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