Arctic and American Indian arts for the 21st century

Watch for the Cape Dorset Annual Print Collection 2016, coming soon!
Pitseolak Niviaqsi Sheltered Calf

Below are some of our latest products. Click here to see a full array of new items.

  • Althea Cajero Cuttlefish cast bracelet
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    Althea Cajero Cuttlefish Cast Bracelet

    Bracelets

    $350.00
  • Elizabeth James-Perry Wampum earrings
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    Elizabeth James-Perry wampum earrings

    Earrings

    $175.00
  • Earl Plummer turquoise necklace
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    Earl Plummer Turquoise Necklace

    Necklaces

    $550.00
  • Margaret Jacobs oval earrings
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    Margaret Jacobs Oval Earrings

    Earrings

    $55.00
  • Margaret Jacobs purple disc earrings
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    Margaret Jacobs Purple Disc Earrings

    Earrings

    $55.00
  • Margaret Jacobs post earrings
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    Margaret Jacobs Post Earrings

    Bracelets

    $35.00
  • Margaret Jacobs Unknown Origin 5
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    Margaret Jacobs Unknown Origin 5

    Sculpture

    $400.00
  • Margaret Jacobs Unknown Origin 3
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    Margaret Jacobs Unknown Origin 3

    Sculpture

    $400.00

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Home & Away Gallery carries Native American arts and jewelry, plus Inuit art from Canada and Eskimo art from Alaska. We work with living artists and artist cooperatives across the United States and Canada to bring you contemporary art and jewelry; some of this work looks very much like traditional work, while some has diverted from tradition to incorporate new materials, new design elements, or new techniques.

Work made by Native artists today¬†continues to evolve from work done hundreds and even thousands of years ago. Today’s art represents the Natives of today; it is not a static representation of art that existed one or two hundred years ago.