Santa Fe's only Native American-owned hotel, Hotel Santa Fe and The Hacienda at Hotel Santa Fe offer a unique cultural experience, from our luxurious rooms and suites to the lilting notes of a Native flute to the culinary brilliance of our Amaya Restaurant.
1501 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe New Mexico 87501 phone:(800) 825-9876
Sculptor Bob Haozous successfully weds Native and especially Apache imagery with powerful form and a sharp, unequivocal wit aimed at contemporary American life. Between them, he and his father, the deeply respected artist Allan Houser, have defined the range of Native American sculpture.
David Nordahl lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico and continues to paint the Apache as well as fantasy, people and animals. His paintings can be found in museum and private collections in the U.S. and many foreign countries.
Steve Elmore Indian Art, located in historic downtown Santa Fe, offers quality antique Native American art. Our site is a great resource for learning learn about identification, attribution, pricing, identification and other aspects of this fascinating field.
839 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe NM 87501 phone:505-995-9677
This one-hour PBS documentary (in progress) will bring new revelations about the ancient Native Americans who built massive enigmatic structures throughout the southwest and particularly in the Chaco Canyon area.
220 E. Marcy St., Ste. 10, Santa Fe New Mexico 87501
Fine quality Indian jewelry, located near downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico. Huge inventory of hand picked, quality, Indian jewelry at discount prices.In addition to jewelry, we carry a great selection of Native pottery, Kachina dolls, and Pendleton blankets.
221 W. San Francisco St, Santa Fe NM 87501 phone:(505)471-3499
The Trade Roots Collection is the creation and vision of Jeffrey Lewis, located in Santa Fe, provides the most extensive raw materials selection in the industry, for both the jeweler and inlayer. Jeff offers pieces from his extensive personal collection of antique, historic and contemporary Native American arts and artifacts in the Cabinet of Curiosities
411 Paseo De Peralta, Santa Fe New Mexico 87501 phone:505 982-8168
David Dear is a Santa Fe, New Mexico jewelry designer and silversmith of Welsh, English, and Cherokee decent. His classic sterling silver and gold jewelry designs are now available here online, at his gallery in Arroyo Seco, New Mexico and at various retail stores and shows throughout the world.
201-C Los Alamos Hwy (US 84/285), Espanola NM 87532 phone:505-753-8141
The world I offer here is born of the treasures I find, or rather, the treasures that find me along the way: fine gems, antique and period jewels and antiquities. Works of art, most often inspired by the pursuit of life's meaning. It is a world of Gems and Minerals, Antiques and Art from the four corners of the earth including Tibet, China, Mesoamerica, South East Asia, Europe and Africa.
Producer of the annual Santa Fe Indian Market, SWAIA (Southwestern Association for Indian Arts) is an advocate for Native American arts and cultures (particularly those in the Southwest), and creates economic and cultural opportunities for Native American artists.
PO Box 969, Santa Fe NM 87504-0969 phone:505.983.5220
Established in 2007, the Ralph T. Coe Foundation for the Arts is a non-profit group in Santa Fe, New Mexico dedicated to increasing public awareness, education, and appreciation of tribal art and culture worldwide. Collections and exhibitions focus on work from native peoples of North, Central, and South America.