Arctic and American Indian arts for the 21st century

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  • Inuit sculpture Taqialuk Nuna Bear Family
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    Inuit Sculpture Taqialuk Nuna Bear Family

    Inuit Sculpture

    $7,500.00
  • Inuit sculpture man with bear
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    Inuit sculpture Man with Bear

    Inuit Sculpture

    $775.00
  • Inuit sculpture human figure
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    Inuit sculpture Human Figure

    Inuit Sculpture

    $125.00
  • Adamie Ningeo bust sculpture
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    Adamie Ningeo Bust Sculpture

    Inuit Sculpture

    $375.00
  • N Sandia Jemez Pot
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    N Sandia Jemez Pot

    Other

    $125.00
  • V Seymour Acoma seed pot
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    V Seymour Acoma Seed Pot

    Other

    $125.00
  • Barbara Francis round basket
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    Barbara Francis Round Basket

    Baskets

    $225.00
  • Paula Thorne Vase Basket
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    Paula Thorne Vase Basket

    Baskets

    $225.00

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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.